An Important Pair of "Goldsmith" Style Windsor Comb Back Armchairs
With Circular Saddled Seats and Bob-Tail Braces
Well Patinated Ash, Elm and Fruitwood
England c. 1780
41” high x 25.5” wide x 18” deep
Literature: Michael Harding-Hill, ”Windsor Chairs”; Pub. ACC, Woodbridge, 2003. Page 20 illustrates and describes a virtually identical chair with documented 18th Century provenance, which was bequeathed by Oliver Goldsmith to his friend William Hawes, now held in the collection of the Victoria and Albert Museum, London.