Circa 1880. A Charles II style oak child’s high chair. The shaped stylish and carved cresting rail with wave and dot pattern below, the panel back framed with elegant beadings, the upholstered seat in needle point with two shaped scrolling arms supported on turned uprights. The chair frieze with fine carving on the front and sides, with square legs at the top, intersected by stretchers square and splayed back legs, and front legs turned and ring turned with a slight splay, finishing on a block foot.
- 106cm H, 42cm W, 33cm D