The simple elegant form of this early chair consists of three supporting legs and a curved solid back support. The seat and the back rest both have a deep worn rich patina from age and use. The seat and facing side of the back-support are decorated with a series of pyramid designs around their outed edge and the back of the back support is decorated with a simple subtle cross making. Typically carved from one piece of a medium density brown wood.
Ex Private Collection, London
Estimated Period: Second Half of 19th Century
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