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Pair of Oak George I Hall Chairs
England. Circa 1700.
A fine, early pair of Georgian oak hall chairs with turned legs and stretchers, and canted splat backs. These chairs date to the very beginning of the reign of George I and, as such, bear more characteristics of Queen Anne (George I's predecessor) furniture, rather than the design cues we normally associate with the Georgian era, which was heavily influenced by the emergence of Thomas Chippendale as the preeminent cabinetmaker of the 18th century.
H: 37.5", W: 18.5", D: 17"
Antique seating, George 1 Hall chairs, Pair, England, BAL 074
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