Comb-back Windsor chair, c.1760–1800
Ash, beech and elm
This chair has a centre baluster splat.
Victor Chinnery Catalogue
An ash, elm and beech comb-back Windsor armchair, the shaped cresting-rail centred by a scallop-shell and with volute outer terminals, the simple flat baluster-shaped central splat flanked by tapering spindles, the hooped arm with volute fore-ends and raised on curved supports, the dished tablet-shaped elm seat raised on beech cabriole legs to the front and tapered turned rear turned legs, all with pad feet and united by turned H-stretchers.
Ht: 42in. W: 26½in. D: 22in.
Generally very good. Worm damage overall. One bracket to the left front leg replaced. The rear feet re-tipped.