This is a good quality pair of Charles II style oak carved hall stand chairs originating from Lancashire, which have been constructed from early 17th century panels & timbers during the late Victorian period (circa 1880).
• Pair of oak carved hall chairs
• Provenance Lancashire, England
• Constructed circa 1880
• Incorporates 17th Century timbers
• Wood Solid oak
• Carved panels
• Carved legs & frame
• 1st chair depicts James 1st
• 2nd chair depicts William the Conqueror
• Superb colour
• Excellent condition
• Solid in joint
This is a good quality pair of Charles II style oak carved hall stand chairs originating from the Lancashire region, which have been constructed from early 17th century panels & timbers during the late Victorian period (circa 1880). The chairs are constructed of solid oak and feature very pretty carved crowns and panel backs, side rails and legs. Each chair depicts a different carving. The chair on the left depicts King James 1st (1566 – 1625) and the chair on the left depicts William the Conqueror (1027 – 1087). The chairs features stunningly quality carvings to the back and base. The legs are connected with stretchers all round. The chairs boast a stunning colour.
This item would look superb in a variety of rooms from the bedroom, living room, dining or hallway. This item would certainly grace any home and are a great investment as they are an extremely functional. So don’t miss out your chance to own a lovely piece of furniture.
External Height 109cm or 3ft 3”
External Width 52.5cm or 1ft 8¾”
External Depth 44cm or 1ft 5¼”
Seat Height 46.7cm or 1ft 6¼”
Seat Width 52.5cm or 1ft 8¾”
Seat Depth 39.5cm or 1ft 3½”
These chairs are in excellent condition. The chairs have been constructed from early 17th century timbers during the late Victorian period (circa 1880). There is no damage to the frame or breaks to the legs. The frames and arms are also in excellent condition with no splits or lose movements. Excellent colour. The chairs sit firm on the ground and do not wobble. Free of active woodworm, solid in joint and ready to use.
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