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17th century West country armchair, Marhamchurch antiques

17th century West country armchair, Marhamchurch antiques

Gloucestershire carved oak armchair of large proportions, with a carved botanical arcaded back panel and an ornately carved cresting rail. The seat rail carved with the typical lunette with a gap and rising flower in-between. The upright rear sections with chevron carved motifs, which is rarely found.

Gloucestershire carved oak armchair of large proportions, with a carved…

Elizabeth I, Exeter armchair, Marhamchurch antiques

Current stock available at Marhamchurch Antiques - English and Continental woodwork of the late medieval period through the early seventeenth century.

16th century armchair, Marhamchurch antiques

16th century armchair, Marhamchurch antiques

17th Century Wainscot Armchair [With this chair no one can say you aren't the boss.]

Century Wainscot Armchair [With this chair no one can say you aren't the boss.

17th century armchair, Marhamchurch antiques

Specialists in Early Oak Furniture

Charles I oak carved armchair, Marhamchurch antiques

Charles I oak carved armchair, Marhamchurch antiques

antique carved armchair

antique carved armchair

A CHARLES I OAK ARMCHAIR  EARLY 17TH CENTURY  With elm seat, square back with foliate rosette filled recessed panel and arcaded seat-rails, unusually with square underarm supports and square tapered legs 42½ in. (108 cm.) high; seat 18 in. (46 cm.) high

A CHARLES I OAK ARMCHAIR EARLY CENTURY With elm seat, square back with foliate rosette filled recessed panel and arcaded seat-rails, unusually with square underarm supports and square tapered legs in. seat 18 in.

Late Elizabethan wainscot chair, Marhamchurch antiques

Specialists in Early Oak Furniture

A LATE ELIZABETHAN OAK AND INLAID ARMCHAIR  LATE 16TH CENTURY, YORKSHIRE.  The back panel inlaid with geometric marquetry below a carved arch and chequer inlaid toprail and uprights, with scroll seat rails, fluted underarm supports and fluted tapering legs joined by square stretchers

A LATE ELIZABETHAN OAK AND INLAID ARMCHAIR LATE 16TH CENTURY, YORKSHIRE. The back panel inlaid with geometric marquetry below a carved arch and chequer inlaid toprail and uprights, with scroll seat rails, fluted underarm supports and fluted tapering legs joined by square stretchers

ENGLISH RENAISSANCE GREAT-CHAIR. CIRCA 1560.    This important and remarkably well preserved chair reflects the meeting of earlier Tudor chair-making tradition with up-to-date Renaissance ornament popular in the mid-sixteenth century. The chair�s low and broad stature, nearly square ground plan, straight arms and twin, vertical back panel arrangement are common on English joined chairs before 1570.The simple and heavy columnar posts and the use of riven timber as the primary material.

New stock of Early English Antique Furniture, Antique Oak Furniture, Country Furniture

Early 17th century joined oak armchair, with a large single back panel with a deep cut moulding with a diamond and spandrels, the upper rail carved with three double s-scrolls and the seat rails with a repeated S carved decoration.  Possibly Welsh Marches.

Early century joined oak armchair, with a large single back panel with a deep cut moulding with a diamond and spandrels, the upper rail carved with three double s-scrolls and the seat rails with a repeated S carved decoration. Possibly Welsh Marches.

16th century armchair, Marhamchurch antiques

16th century armchair, Marhamchurch antiques

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Gleaming Primrose Mirror

Gleaming Primrose Mirror from Anthropologie. Made of iron and glass.

For a traditional home with contemporary influences, be inspired by the Victorian period. Think of the genteel of mid 19th Century ladies, romantic flowers and a soft feminine feel, complemented with a sophisticated, regal opulence. The Victorian period follows the Industrial Revolution where an increased wealth in England allowed for access to furniture, textiles and accessories that had previ...

The Modern Victorian

SELENCY : Color block / Black and white / living room / black sofa / gold chandelier

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