Painted settle with squab seat and cushions

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Date:1800 - 1850 (c.)

Description:This settle is made of beechwood, painted to simulate bamboo. It has a spindle galleried back and sides, shaped arm supports, a caned seat and square legs. On it there is a patchwork squab seat and three cushions. It dates from the early 19th century. Height 860mm, Length 1815mm, Depth 650mm


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