Charles the second oak armchair


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Charles the second oak chair with shallow engraved lozenge back panel top rail, engraved with stylised fruit possibly grapes, and monogram on the Stiles TB. The chair With a Solid seat the chair is pate as would be expected, the back shaford plane, not carved. 17th century label on the back saying 1680. Probably from Yorkshire

Current list price: £1.550,00

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Matthew Upham Antiques is based in the established Antiques quarter of Lillie Road, Fulham. Matthew Upham Antiques offers a wide variety of fine antique chandeliers, lanterns and wall lights sourced from all over Europe and fully restored by hand. All of our lighting is re-wired and pat code tested in the UK. We also stock 19th century furniture, decorative objects and garden statuary. With over 30 years in the trade, Matthew Upham offers on site consultations for interior designers and private customers alike. We offer a valuation service and are more than happy to source items by request by emailing Please check out our Instagram page Matthew_Upham_Antiques for daily updates on new stock. Use a this link for quick access Delivery & Payment We are happy to source shipping quotes for all items to the UK and overseas, please contact the office for more information. We invoice in GB pounds and prefer payment by BACS or wire transfer. We also accept card payments in the shop. We do not accept American Express cards. VAT There is no VAT charged on antiques that are over 100 years old. Some items are sold + VAT at the currant rate 20%. Items being exported out of the EU are exempt from VAT if aproof of export is provided. Items can be sold exempt of VAT within the EU if a European VAT number is provided, with proof of export.
17th century and older
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