19th century Gothic arm chair

19th century Gothic arm chair
Circa 1805
The Bramfield Folly arm chair is raised on turned front cluster-column legs with perpendicular armrests which enclose Gothic tracery carving. The back is pierced and divided by cluster-columns into three arcades with tracery and three small caned panels. The top rail formed as an arch and finished with a turned finial. Upholstered drop in seat A/f
The whole is in the design of James Wyatt 1746-1813.
English circa 1805.

Provenance: Bramfield Folly, Suffolk.

Almost identical design is in the V&A London

Signs of wear as seen in the photos

21.65 inches
21.65 inches
18.50 inches
United Kingdom
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