Victorian Pair of Oak Hall Chairs, c.1880
Our Stock # LFA-1405
This is an antique pair of late 17th Century revival, joined backstools in the classic South Yorkshire style dating to the Victorian period, c.1880.
A fine pair of provincial hall chairs identified by the pair of characteristic crescent shaped cross splats that are pierced and relief carved with stylistic scrolls and swirls, further embellished with acorn drop finials
Featuring scrolled ears, the stiles are also decorated with half bobbin columns and rise from the square section rear legs. The solid, plank seat panel sits upon a plain apron with baluster turned legs united by twin box stretchers and a turned fore stretcher.
The oak displays good, consistent colour and grain interest beneath a dark waxed finish.
Max Width: 47cm (18.5'')
Max Depth: 45cm (17.75'')
Max Height: 105cm (41.25'')
Seat Width: 47cm (18.5'')
Seat Depth: 37cm (14.5'')
Seat Height: 44cm (17.25'')
Style reference: Victor Chinnery 'Oak Furniture ‰ÛÒ The British Tradition' p.436
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