A charming 18th-century vernacular side chair, made from a solid elm construction, featuring a rather large solid seat composed from a single plank of wood.
This chair styles three flat back struts which are similar in design to that featured in a typical ladder back chair. Being raised on four turned legs with the two back legs continuing to form part the back frame with both uprights connected by a gradually curved top bar.
All four legs are connected via multiple stretchers - three turned stretchers featured at the front and side with two at the rear of the chair. Full of character with a rich patina and lovely signs of age and wear throughout.
Antique vernacular side chair
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