Picture This XLIX

An early eighteenth-century low-back three-legged Windsor type chair with scarfed, two-piece arm and, unusually, square cabriole legs.

Geo_I_ash_&_elm_low_back_Windsor_c1720_01aGeorge I ash chair, circa 1720. (Wakelin & Linfield)

Jack Plane

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About Jack Plane

Formerly from the UK, Jack is a retired antiques dealer and self-taught woodworker, now living in Australia.
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4 Responses to Picture This XLIX

  1. Sal Marris says:

    Elegant simplicity.

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  2. Katya says:

    Hello, Jack, I’ve newly signed on to your site so this is very much a fun experience for me. I love the look of all things 18th C, so i’m excited to see the wonderful furniture you picture here.
    This chair brought to mind a seasoned, sturdy sea captain contentedly watching the sun go down at the end of another day on the high seas.

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