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This is a superb hardwood, Mid Georgian, Thomas Chippendale period Arm Chair of excellent wide proportions and superb colour, which we date to the mid 18th century, George 111rd period, circa 1760.


The Armchair has many fine features: Excellent wide proportions. Fine Scroll Arms. Similar carved Scroll Ears to ends of cresting rails. Intersecting ribbon pierced splat with carved detail. Fluted side rails to back. The pegged and jointed legs are square with an inside chamfer on both back and front legs. It has a drop-in seat with a very light green plain fabric. This drop in seat allows for an easy change of fabric covering to one of choice, by reupholstering the seat. The proportion of this chair is excellent with very good width and a good rake to the back and rear legs. The hardwood, possibly Walnut, has developed a beautiful mellow colour and patina with age and polishing over the years.


Overall a fine quality, English Georgian Arm Chair, Circa 1760.


  • Dimensions: 

    Height: 38 in (96.52 cm)Width: 26 in (66.04 cm)Depth: 22 in (55.88 cm)Seat Height: 18.25 in (46.36 cm)

  • Condition: 

    Good: Various very old repairs to lower legs and cresting rail left hand side. Structurally completely stable and very sturdy. Wear consistent with age and use. Overall Good antique condition. Wear as expected. Old repairs as above. Beautiful patinated colour and good weight.

George 111 period Chippendale Arm Chair finely carved, Circa 1760

SKU: F 445
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