Charles I oak chair-table

Circa 1630

W 24" (top 37 3/4") × H 53" × D 21" (top 23 1/2")

Stock # Marh2844


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Charles I joined oak chair-table, the baluster turned legs joined by plain lower stretcher rails, the seat rails with deep channel moulded and decorated. The arm rests with carved scrolled handholds, the back rest panel carved with a large lozenge, folding from a chair into a small table.

Victor Chinnery; Unfortunately, the reality is not quite so cosy, for rarely does a chair-table serve either a comfortable chair or an efficient dining table. Consequently they are quite rare items in their genuine state.