A Rare Welsh Enclosed Chair. A rare form of chair being wide and high to the back but seated low to the ground.
The back with a single fielded panel stamped RD over a panel carved with a bordered lozenge a bullseye cross to the centre and single bullseye to each corner over a plank seat with single panel enclosed arms turned front legs united by a box stretcher. From the Monmouth region showing the bullseye design typical to the region. A good solid chair with a great colour and patina , rear plank to the seat is a period replacement and the front stretcher is associated. 43.5(110.5cm) High to back.
14(35.5cm) High to seat. The item "A Rare 17th Century Welsh Oak Enclosed Armchair Carved With Bullseyes" is in sale since Tuesday, April 7, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Antique Furniture\Chairs\Pre-Victorian (Pre-1837)". The seller is "antiquehaddenoak" and is located in Heathfield.This item can be shipped worldwide.