A rare and impressive Elizabeth I joined oak open armchair, circa 1575

A rare and impressive Elizabeth I joined oak open armchair, circa 1575

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2980

Of rare design, namely the arms mortised into the front supports rather than on top, with a twin panelled back, the upper panel with nulled-carving, the shaped cresting with matching carving and a four-petal flowerhead to each projecting end, shaped ears, historic later seat board, turned front legs and plain stretchers, together with a tasselled squab of 17th century silk and linen damask filled with British wool.

Provenance: Private collection of William Stokes and C. K. Binns

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Dimensions:

Height 122 cm / 48 14"
Width 63.5 cm / 25 14"
Depth 53 cm / 21"