Antique Yealmpton Side Chair #3


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  • £395.00
  • €432 Euro
  • $504 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Antique Yealmpton Side Chair #3

We usually have a good selection of early 19th century West Country Windsor country side chairs available.

This rare example has faux bamboo turned legs with an ‘H’ stretcher, a shaped elm seat and a simple twin-braced stick back with elliptical hand drawn spindles - characteristic of chairs from Yealmpton, South Devon. The whole chair has its original ochre yellow paint with the ‘bamboo nodes’ picked out in black. The seat and legs also exhibit an old red oxide paint, still with age. A good, solid example with plenty of country rustic charm. Devon, c.1820.

H: 91cm W: 47cm D: 50cm
Seat height: 43cm


  • H: 91cm (35.83in)
  • W: 47cm (18.50in)
  • D: 50cm (19.69in)



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At Cunningham White's we source decorative antiques and furniture. We are guided by great decorative value, recognising the emotion that can be gained from owning something that just looks and feels so good. We don't pin ourselves down to one particular style or period. We simply love good looking things.

Sam finds and Naomi fixes (although sometimes it's the other way round) and as a team we manage to always have a quality selection of stock in our collection.

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