Rare early 19th Century English Yew Wood and Elm Windsor Arm Chair.
The scratch-moulded, bowed Yew wood top rail above a fret carved Yew centre splat, flanked by four Yew wood (usually Bee spindles, running through the bowed arm.
Having scrolled ends (for comfort gripping when seated) on turned end supports, joined to an Elm saddle seat, resting on turned Yew legs joined by a turned ‘H’ stretcher.
Note: In most cases a Yew wood Windsor chair has inferior timbers used as spindles, legs and stretchers.
H 105cm W 60cm D 57cm