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Rare pair of Renaissance X-frame folding chairs, circa 1550. Marhamchurch antiques

Rare pair of Renaissance X-frame folding chairs, circa Marhamchurch antiques

Four Italian walnut savonarola armchairs 16th/17th century and later | Lot | Sotheby's

Four Italian walnut savonarola armchairs century and later

The Tyldal chair (1150–1200) made from birch originating from Osterdalen, Hedmark.

Thomas guild - medieval woodworking, furniture and other crafts: Norwegian medieval furniture: chairs and benches

Early 18th century oak armchair, Marhamchurch antiques

Early century oak armchair, the front with silhouette legs and arm supports with the front seat rail decorated in a similar pattern, joined by turned stretcher rails, the back panel fielded. Superb original English armchair of high quality, later dated

Elizabeth I oak carved armchair, Marhamchurch antiques

Elizabeth I oak carved armchair, with an ornate but crude carved back rest panel of a vase with floral decoration. This armchair is a superb example of Elizabethan furniture found in the West Country. Old restorations.

Box chairs or 'joyned cheyres', as they were called, furnished the houses of rich merchants as well as nobles. Their seats were supported by panelling rather than legs.

Armchair

Box chairs or 'joyned cheyres', as they were called, furnished the houses of rich merchants as well as nobles. Their seats were supported by panelling rather than legs.

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