A rare and good Charles II joined oak backstool, Yorkshire/Derbyshire, circa 1670

A rare and good Charles II joined oak backstool, Yorkshire/Derbyshire, circa 1670

£1,350
Category
Reference

3017

The slender back panel carved with a pair of daisy flowerheads joined at the centre by a tulip flower, the one piece seat board with paired incised lines to all ovolo-moulded edges, on uncommon block and spiral-turned legs joined by a matching fore-rail and multiple plain and moulded rectangular stretchers, turned front feet and splayed rear feet.

Comparable chair in the Oak House Museum, West Bromwich.

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Dimensions:

Height 92 cm / 36 14"
Width 47 cm / 18 12"
Depth 47 cm / 18 12"