A Charles II joined oak and inlaid panel-back open armchair, Leeds, Yorkshire, circa 1670

A Charles II joined oak and inlaid panel-back open armchair, Leeds, Yorkshire, circa 1670

£3,650
Category
Reference

2380

The raked back with a well-carved panel designed with a central lozenge framed within cross-hatched trilobes and scrolls, beneath a double scroll-carved cresting, with similar carved ears, and chequer dog-tooth inlaid rails, the downswept arms on baluster-turned supports, boarded seat, the ring-turned columnar front legs joined all round by plain stretchers.

For a coffer with very similar carved panels see the collection at St Johns Church, Leeds.

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Dimensions:

Height 114.5 cm / 45 14"
Width 58.5 cm / 23 14"
Depth 65 cm / 25 34"