17th Century Richly Carved Elizabethan Joined Oak Wainscot Style Chair

The style of this Elizabethan joined oak chair made in the mid-1600s is a descendant of the Tudor era Wainscot chairs only now without the boxed storage area beneath the seat. The front arm supports are baluster turned and protrude through the seat base to meet sloping arms. The very low stretchers serve the purpose of foot supports. Above the renaissance style carved panel back a likewise caved arched crest and ears complete the ‘great chair’ impression.

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