A late 18th century set of six East Anglian fruitwood chairs in exceptional original condition and of superb patina - ADDITIONAL IMAGES CAN BE VIEWED BELOW:
The chairs consist of a square back with four back splats, the top rail, side rails, lower rail and four splats all having a scratch moulded design.
This leads down to a solid fruitwood dished seat leading down to tapered legs to the front with a cross stretcher and splay legs to the back.
This set of chairs are in excellent, original condition for age, are of stable construction and can go straight into a home.
Reference: similar East Anglain chairs can be found in the book: 'The English Regional Chair' by Bernard D Cotton - pages 222 & 223
Height: 34.5'' / 87.5cm
Width: 19.25'' / 49cm
Depth: 18'' / 46cm
Seat height: 16.75'' / 42.5cm