Comb Back Windsor Rocking Chair


+44 (0)1803 867617

+44 (0)7752 923339



  • £1,800.00
  • €2,129 Euro
  • $2,180 US Dollar

United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2016
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A fantastic example of a late 18th century Thames Valley Windsor chair with applied rocking bows. Of grand proportions, it has a wonderful patina with plenty of old red stain and later black/brown. Constructed predominantly from fruitwood, oak and ash, it is a solid and stout chair. The two rocker bows support deeply turned legs which are morticed into the shaped slab seat. The turned arm supports and short stick lower back with a generous outswept arm bow. Above is a central pierced splat in the ‘Country Chippendale’ style with three simple sticks either side, all supporting a nicely shaped crest rail. WIth the expected old repairs and age-related wear. Comfortable with a pleasing rock. Perfect next to the inglenook! English, c 1770.

The last photo pictures it with a standard adult size Yealmpton side chair.

H: 121cm W: 74cm D: 72.5cm
Seat height: 46cm (approx.)


  • H: 121cm (47.64in)
  • W: 74cm (29.13in)
  • D: 72.5cm (28.54in)



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