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NICHOLAS HARRISON ANTIQUES

LATE GOTHIC,

IRON BOUND OAK CHEST

Flemish, Circa 1500 - 1540

IRON BOUND AND DOVETAILED OAK CHEST OF ATTRACTIVE SMALL PROPORTIONS, WITH SIDE CARRYING HANDLES, ON SHAPED SLEDGE FEET.

NICHOLAS HARRISON ANTIQUES

CHARLES II,

'X' FRAME

CHAIR OF STATE

England, Circa 1660

This seat with its distinctive 'x' frame, is know as a chair of state. The frame is made of beech and upholstered with red and crimson velvet, tacked on with iron nails with ornamental gilt heads.

A similar piece known as 'The Juxon chair' is currently on display at the V&A, London, UK. The Juxon chair was used by the Archbishop of Canterbury at the coronation of King Charles II.

Please clink the link below to discover more and observe the similarities, to that of the Juxon chair.

https://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O10273/the-juxon-chair-chair-casbert-john/

PRICE

£4,250

PLACE OF ORIGIN

ENGLAND

DATE

1660

DIMENSIONS

W 28" × H 45" × D 25"

REFERENCE NUMBER

NH120

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