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.
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
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.