Pair of Antique Deacon’s Armchairs

An impressive pair of early 20th century antique deacon’s armchairs from Soar Chapel in Penderyn, South Wales. The antique deacon’s armchairs are made of beech and elm, in the style of a captain’s/smoker’s bow chair. The antique armchairs have a shaped back and arms, raised on turned spindle upright supports. The antique deacon’s armchairs have a solid elm seat, raised on four out swept turned legs with double ‘H’ spindle stretcher supports. A rather pleasing pair of antique armchairs, dated 1912. Beautiful colour and grain throughout.

Item Ref; M-4241

Height – 87.5cm / Width – 59cm / Depth – 67cm / Seat Height – 47cm

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SKU: M-4241 / Categories: Early 20th Century Furniture, Sold,

In good antique condition throughout with some signs of age. There is surface wear in places including age-related marks and scratches to the seat and backrest (pictured), and fading to the arms (pictured). Further marks and fading to the legs (pictured). The antique deacon’s armchairs remain structurally solid and sound, with good tight joints. Overall, a brilliant pair of antique armchairs.

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