Elm, ash and fruitwood comb back Windsor armchair, late 18th century - Kate Thurlow | Gallery Forty One

Elm, ash and fruitwood comb back Windsor armchair, late 18th century

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Large scale Windsor armchair constructed from a mix of vernacular woods; the dished seat, the turned stretchers and the cabriole front legs made of elm, the arms made from a single bow of ash as are the turned spindles and lathes, the comb shaped top rail and the cabriole back legs made from fruitwood.  Thames Valley, late 18th century.

Condition:  Old blacksmith repair on the back of the top rail, securing a crack.  Losses to the pad feet.  Excellent colour and patina

HEIGHT:

36 in. (91 cm)

WIDTH: of seat

25 in. (65 cm)

DEPTH: of seat

17 in. (43 cm)

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