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A 17th century oak child's chair

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

A 17th century oak child's chair, the back carved in high relief with harp player (King David) and swept pediment centred by a winged mask, the scroll arms on turned supports, panel seat and flat stretchers joining the turned and square supports. Incised with initials T.W. and dated 1650. The guard rail and foot rest missing. 38 3/4in. (101 cms) high x 15in. (38 cms) wide.

ID:  8618

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