An unusual Charles I joined oak panel-back open armchair, North Yorkshire, circa 1630

An unusual Charles I joined oak panel-back open armchair, North Yorkshire, circa 1630

£3,950
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2584

The back panel centred by a large carved daisy flower with geometric and leafy-carved spandrels, below a shaped and lunette-carved top rail and similar carved seat rails, on baluster-turned front legs, joined all round by channel run-moulded stretchers.

For a chair dated 1623 with comparable foliate carving see the St Aidan Collection, Hellifield, North Yorkshire. It has been suggested the carved design may have been inspired by North Country quilters' running feather designs.

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Dimensions:

Height 109.5 cm / 43 14"
Width 60 cm / 23 34"
Depth 58.5 cm / 23 14"