Circa 1830. A good large mahogany William IV hall chair. The solid heraldic shaped back with circular and oval raised panels, with a small cut out for lifting the chair in the back, the large solid circular seat with a scooped out circular center, with a ribbed seat rail. The back legs are square and out swept with a pair of elegant cabriole legs in the front, finishing on a ball and claw foot. The chair has excellent colour and patination.
- 106cm H, 48cm Dia.