Circa 1790 - This wonderful little chair is a handsome example of the simple beauty of Georgian antiques. A country cottage piece through and through, the chair hales from Lancashire County in Northwest England, just north of Liverpool. This chair would also have been known as a "carver" due to the fact it has arms, unlike many of its smaller brothers and sisters. It would have been called a carver because the person sitting in this chair at the dining table would have been...the carver.
The chair is in very good condition. It is very sturdy with no wobble. It has a strong rush. There are numerous very old dings, dents, and scrapes, but all just add to the charm, honestly.
Dimensions: 44"H x 17"D x 23"L Seat to floor is 17.5"