This is a superb quality antique 6ft 4” north Wales high back oak George III settle (circa 1760 – 1780).
• Circa 1760 – 1780
• Period George III
• Provenance Bala, North Wales, UK
• High Back Settle
• Constructed with early 17th Century Jacobean timbers
• Five oak inset panels
• Down swept oak arms
• Three original drawers
• Hand beaten forged butterfly hinges
• Original polish & patination
• Pegged construction
• Solid in joint
• Super Quality
• Fantastic colour
This is a superb quality 6ft 4” antique North Welsh high back oak George III settle bench (Circa 1760 – 1780) believed to have originated from North Wales. The settle is constructed of much earlier 17th Century Jacobean panelled timbers. The settle boasts down swept shaped oak arms, pegged construction. The back consists of 4 raised panels above 5 larger solid oak rectangular panels with a large storage compartment below. The lid is hinged with hand beaten forged butterfly hinges. The settle features the original polish and patination and thus the colour of this settle is superb.
This item would look superb in a variety of rooms from the hallway, dining room or kitchen. This item would certainly grace any home and a great investment as they are an extremely functional. So don’t miss out your chance to own a lovely piece of furniture.
The item is in superb condition and is commensurate with its age. Free of wood worm, solid in joint and ready to use. Considering the age of this item, the settle is in very good condition.
External height 128.5cm or 4’ 2½”
External width 195cm or 6’ 4¾”
External depth 58cm or 1’ 11”
Seat height 42.5cm or 1’ 4¾”
Seat width 179cm or 5’ 10½”
Seat depth 44.5cm or 1’ 5½”
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