18th century inlaid marquetry Dutch Chair


1760's to 1780's

United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2019
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A mid 18th Century rush seated walnut chair. Possibly Dutch. It has a lovely marquetry 'traditionally dressed' figure surrounded by flowers and motifs. It is a rare chair but exhibits a worn rush seat and some historic repairs to the veneers but overall is not a distraction to the chair. It has cross sword details on the front leg joints and lovely generous turned walnut cross members and uprights.


  • H: 122cm (48in)
  • W: 36cm (14in)
  • D: 46cm (18in)


1760's to 1780's

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I am an artist, sculptor, collector and restorer.  I have always been inspired and influenced by my love of the old. Since collecting tins, postcards, early textiles and gadgets as a teenager I have surrounded myself with “stuff”. I started trading in the 1970s from my architectural effects shop Leaded Lights and design shop Gothic in Greenwich. My stock reflects my enjoyment of the antique and the peculiar, from early Medieval to Victorian to Art Deco and industrial design.

I endeavour to hunt out the unusual - richly patinated wood, faded sun-drenched   paintwork and gently burnished ironwork.

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