Wainscotting was a method of using decorative boards and mouldings to line walls or make furniture.
Jacobean wainscotting was very ornate, but in George I times, plain fielded panels were used, as demonstrated in the back of this beautiful George I wainscot chair - so simple and so old.
With wonderful patina and age, this chair remains stable some 400 years later, due to its worn but strong stretcher base.
W600mm x D500mm x H1110mm
AGE England Circa 1700
STOCK # 143-02
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