A rare Elizabeth I joined oak child's high chair, circa 1580

A rare Elizabeth I joined oak child's high chair, circa 1580

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3235

The back panel carved with a leaf-filled lozenge, set between uprights with integral flat circular finials delicately crescent gauge-carved, and two straight channel-moulded and dog-tooth stamped rails, the straight, narrow arms mortised into fluted baluster-turned and ball-finial uprights, single seat board, deep seat rails, each with a large floral and stamped lunette, elegant conforming baluster turned and carved front legs, joined all round by plain stretchers.

Literature: for a comparable example see 'The Clive Sherwood Collection', Sotheby's, London, May 2002, Lot 349 and illustrated Toby Jellinek, 'Early British Chairs and Seats 1500 to 1700' (2009), p. 148, pl. 166.

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Dimensions:

Height 92 cm / 36 "
Width 40 cm / 15 "
Depth 33 cm / 13 "