Scottish lowland joined Edinburgh pattern armchair c.1890-1900.
- Stained birch to simulate more expensive mahogany, in a dark reddish stain throughout with a softwood seat.
- This chair has the distinct component features of a Edinburgh pattern, lowland joined chair from the second half of the 19th Century.
- The chair has a wide and swept broad curved top rail, rounded and curved a the ends which passes over the two back uprights. A single curved rail below rounded on its edges makes for a simple cross splat.
- The rear legs and uprights are curved ensuring the back reclines for comfort.
- The front legs are turned with decorative inverted vase or tulip shaped turnings with an extra large ring turning above the feet.
- The very elegant 'Crane-necked' or 'Grecian' arms are supported on turned baluster sections leading to the front legs.
- This chair is in good solid antique condition and has age related wear throughout.
Ready for continued utility and in an elegant Scottish design for such functional vernacular furniture.
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