Early Georgian Fruitwood Windsor Chair
Date: 2021-01-19 18:18:02
Period: George II Period c. 1727-1760
Height: 35.25" (89.5cm) / Width: 21" (53.25cm) / Depth: 20.75" (52.5cm)
Height: 35.25" (89.5cm)
Width: 21" (53.25cm)
Depth: 20.75" (52.5cm)
A rare George II cherry and elm windsor chair from the Thames Valley region; the curved top rail above a shaped splat and turned spindles and an elm seat; the chair raised on cabriole legs with turned legs to the rear united by turned H-stretcher. This windsor chair retains a good warm colour.
A pair of almost identical chairs is illustrated in 'Windsor Chairs' by Michael Harding-Hill and describes this model as a favourite. The design's simplicity is reminiscent of early Georgian hall chairs which are equally attractive.
'Windsor Chairs'; Harding-Hill, M. pg. 39