A set of 17th century carved oak occasional chairs. There are three almost identical ones, which we found in the under croft of an ancient church in North Yorkshire. The other two were sourced from a chateau in Burgundy. There are signs of historical woodworm and obvious movement in the joints, however they have all been treated for woodworm, and would make beautiful statement, or decorative pieces.
Can be sold separately.
£950 (set of 5) or £190 each
(3 x almost identical: W47cm x H42/105cm x D38.5cm)
(1 x small: W41cm x H46/103.5cm x D30cm)
(1 x large: W55.5cm x H40/109cm x D39.5cm)