Comb-back Windsor armchair

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Date:1700 - 1800 (c.)

Description:This primitive ash chair has a small bar toprail, an oak square-section armbow and splayed legs joined by stretchers, which may be a later addition. The back legs are much closer to each other than the front ones. The seat is moon-shaped. The chair comes from Wales and dates from the 18th century. Height 1120mm, Width 767mm, Depth 600mm


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1700s
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1740s
Comb-back Windsor armchair - front
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1770s
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1800s
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1840s
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1870s
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Donor ref:CVCSC:0100.F (7/9594)

Source: Compton Verney House Trust

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