Mahogany with rush seat
90 x 45 x 43 cm
Place of origin
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Upton House, Warwickshire (Accredited Museum)
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A mahogany rush-seated chair made for the coronation of Edward VII, 1901, with three vertical bars in the rectangular back, the square tapering legs joined by multiple stretchers, the underside of the back seat rail stamped ER VII CORONATION with a small crown after the VII.
On loan from Lodge Park on the Sherborne Estate in Gloucestershire (National Trust).