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A Charles II turned ash child's armchair late 17th century  with boldly turned back rail, bobbin turned triform back support and boarded fruitwood triform seat, together with a later green velvet cushion

A Charles II turned ash child's armchair late 17th century with boldly turned back rail, bobbin turned triform back support and boarded fruitwood triform seat, together with a later green velvet cushion

Early 17th century joined oak armchair, with a large single back panel with a deep cut moulding with a diamond and spandrels, the upper rail carved with three double s-scrolls and the seat rails with a repeated S carved decoration.  Possibly Welsh Marches.

Early 17th century joined oak armchair, with a large single back panel with a deep cut moulding with a diamond and spandrels, the upper rail carved with three double s-scrolls and the seat rails with a repeated S carved decoration. Possibly Welsh Marches.

Oak backstool with good original carving and patina, 17th Century (1680 England)

Oak backstool with good original carving and patina, 17th Century (1680 England)

English Jacobean Oak Long Bench, 17th century, plank bench with chip-carved apron, on block and ring-turned legs joined by an H-stretcher, ht. 21, lg. 72 1/2, dp. 10 in.

English Jacobean Oak Long Bench, 17th century, plank bench with chip-carved apron, on block and ring-turned legs joined by an H-stretcher, ht. 21, lg. 72 1/2, dp. 10 in.

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