Circa 1830, George IV scumbled bobbin chair. This unusual but stylish chair has two bobbin uprights which finish with wonderful scumbled finials, held in place by a block. There is a large stuffover seat and the whole piece has thick rails on all sides. The legs at the front are a tapering almost beehive style column, starting with a large one at the top and finishing on a squat bobbin at the bottom. These stand on brass cup castors. The back legs are outswept and have brass castors. Original scumbling, excellent colour and condition.
- 88cm high x 46cm wide x 59cm deep