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Enquiry from Online Galleries regarding "A fine Charles II period antique walnut armchair"
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Look at what I found on the Online Galleries website!
Note: Behind the carved apron is an aged synopsis of the provenance of the chair on a crimply piece of paper. Part of which is decipherable under a light and magnifying glass. From what we can see is that the chair once belonged to a Charles Lett who lived in Newcastle and he bequeathed the chair to a Stephen Letts, in 1767 it was noted in a sale of his possessions.
The chair found its way to a Dora Letts who married a chap named Barrew. He gave the chair to his daughter Mary and she married a chap named Hughs. We think all these owners came from the local area of Newcastle.
(18 inches to seat height)