18th century chinoiserie lacquered chair

18th century chinoiserie lacquered chair
Circa 1710
A superb example of red ground lacquer work. Made during the reign of William & Mary circa 1700 -1725. High back single cabriole leg dining chair, having a carved acanthus leaves on the top section of the top rail. The whole is beautifully decorated in the chinoiserie design. The back of the chair is marked ‘NS’ the chairmaker which is stamped on the back seat rail.
The caned seat and back have been recently re-done in the correct way
Height 111cm: Seat width 48cm: Seat ht 44cm: Depth 49cm

Slight signs of wear as seen in the photos

18.90 inches
43.70 inches
19.29 inches
United Kingdom
Beechwood then red lacquered

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