Early English or Scottish Turner’s Chair
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Rare Elizabethan or Jacobean turned fruitwood and ash three legged chair, often referred to as a “thrown“ chair because all the parts are turned on a lathe (think thrown as on a potter's wheel) in this case with simple spindles with the exception of the tuilp or thistle turned arms and the rear stile and bolster turned back, the whole with a rich patina and in very good condition.
- 17th Century And Earlier
- Ash, Fruitwood
- United Kingdom
Height 36 inches
Width 30.5 inches
Depth 20.5 inches