Home » Seating, Sofas & Chairs »

Primitive Child's Windsor Chair

Primitive Child's Windsor Chair, in painted Ash, the solid possibly Sycamore shaped  seat supported on four plain turned splayed legs, the back rising up in the form of a single Ash hoop and braced by turned Ash spills which rise up from the seat and  seat extension and are pierced into the hoop, the chamfered arms are attached to each side of the hoop and run forward and sweep out beyond the stout front supports which are lapped and nailed to the side of the seat.
The whole chair with an original black over dark green paint surface.
English, circa 1800.

Ref No.: 101710
Origin: England
Year: circa 1800

66 cms High (25.7 inches)
52 cms Wide (20.3 inches)
42 cms Deep (16.4 inches)