For sale is a beautiful Scottish lowland joined vernacular side chair from c.1800-1830.
- The side chair has an attractive Hepplewhite influenced back design, an arched top rail encompassing a central pierced splat in the 'wheatsheaf' design, gathered a third of the way up. The curved top rail and uprights suggest the shield shape of Hepplewhite chair back designs from 1788 onwards.
- The rear legs and uprights are swept to the rear, the front and rear cross stretcher are raised higher than the side stretchers and are rounded to their upper surfaces, the chair is elm with stain/polish patina built over 200+ years.
- The front legs are tapered on their inner surfaces
- The seat has been nailed over the seat frame
- The chair is solid with only age related wear and is ready for further decorative utility. Presented in original condition.
Ready for a new home as a decorative side chair, side table, bedside table or kitchen, hall or dinning chair. 220+years of use ready for the next home.
Free delivery to the UK mainland as priced. International buyers are welcome, but please contact us prior to payment to confirm the additional packaging, insurance and shipping costs by way of acceptance to your country. Purchaser responsible for local import tariffs/fees. If you are interested in multiple items, please contact us for combined postage.
*The images shown alongside a mirror are for context and scale only, please contact us for combined shipping for multiple items.
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