James I joined oak enclosed armchair

West Country, England

W 24" × H 45" (seat 18") × D 20"

Stock # Marh276


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James I carved oak enclosed armchair, circa 1620. Carved with entwined scrolls to the seat rails and top rail, below is a large single arcaded panel with a lozenge centring the panel. The chunky turned baluster legs, very typical of the Westcountry. Finials old replacements, facing right arm patched and rear back legs splice 3" high. Old worm damage treated to the back legs. A near identical chair is illustrated, in Victor Chinnery's book fig: 3:24 page 243.