Early Oak Chair/Backstool. circa 1650
Really charming early chair, typical of the south Yorkshire area,
condition retaining its original split turnings and acorn finials.
Note the inverted pear shape motif carved in the center of the back
rails, some believe this to be a representation of the bearded head of
This could well be true, but this shape appears with and
without a face in many vernacular carvings I have seen some dating back
over 900 years, is it just adapted to suit the event?
Viewings by arrangement.