Windsor chair Sold
A very good late 18th century English comb back Windsor chair.
This wonderful chair has a well shaped top rail and a bold pierced “Country Chippendale” style back splat, horse-shoe shaped arm with turned supports, a saddle-seat and turned legs. Made from ash and elm and still retains much of the original green and later black paint.
English circa 1780
27½” w x 16″ d x 46″ h
69.9cm w x 40.7cm d x 116.8cm h
A very similar chair is illustrated in “The English Windsor Chair” by Thomas Crispin, page 62, plate 2:27 Alan Sutton publishing 1992 and also an example attributed to Yorkshire is illustrated in The journal of the Regional Furniture Society, Vol XVII 2003 (Roger Warner – Memoirs of a Twentieth Century Antique Dealer)