Circa 1830, William IV mahogany nursing chair of diminutive proportions. The stylish top rail has a paper fold carving, and the splat is held in position by two curved uprights with reeded edges finishing on scrolls. The centre back has two large foliate carvings with a concentric roundel in the centre. Below this is a large stuffover seat, and the whole piece stands turned tapering legs finishing on brown porcelain wheels at the front and square slightly outswept back legs finishing flat on the floor without castors. Good colour and very stylish.
- 65cm high x 46cm wide x 50cm deep.