England, c1745



The long rounded rectangular seatrail above a shaped apron supported by four cabriole legs with well
carved C-scrolls ending in pad feet;  slip seat; rich color and patination


Provenance : David H. Wilson, Teaneck NJ

David H. Wilson (1949-2011) was one of this country's leading connoisseurs in 17th and 18th century British furniture.  He served as a consultant, appraiser and restorer for Sotheby’s and Christies, as well as leading dealers and collectors in New York, London, and throughout the United States.  Mr. Wilson was also instrumental in vetting many major collections for authenticity. 

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 Condition: Excellent, with expected minor dents and chipping, appropriate to age and usage


NOTE : The extra width to the seat is unusual, and with beautifully carved legs,
makes this a very elegant and somewhat rare example.

20” High x 26” Wide x 16” Deep






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Also See :



George III Carved Bow Fronted Window Seat,

England, c1780, in the Hepplewhite Manner


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Good George I Elmwood Upholstered 'Writing' Armchair
England, c1720





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