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On my recent trip to London I spotted these same chairs in the Churchill War Rooms (worth a visit).
They look to be Georgian oak to me, but made during the WW11 period. Made by the military and used as 'meeting chairs', they are more generous in size and much more comfortable than Georgian chairs, which are usually very fragile.
Upholstered in luxurious houndstooth Etro fabric from Italy.
WD - War Department
AGE Circa 1930
STOCK # 113-14
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