Continuous Arm Yealmpton Windsor Chair #2


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  • £1,200.00
  • €1,302 Euro
  • $1,517 US Dollar

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Continuous Arm Yealmpton Windsor Chair #2

Known as ‘continuous arm’ Windsor chairs, chairs such as this one originate in the small Devon village of Yealmpton (only a few miles from our base). The unusual design then found its way to America in the early 19th century - inhabitants from Yealmpton, as with those from other coastal regions of the West Country, would’ve been some of the earliest to emigrate to the newly established settlements on the east coast of America and likely included some skilled chair makers!

Original English examples are rather rare and as such, very much sought after. This one has wonderful faux bamboo turned legs that support a shield shaped seat with tremendous grain pattern. Four faux bamboo arm supports and seven hand drawn spindles are united by a wonderfully shaped, steam bent, ‘continuous arm’. There is a charming ‘make-do-and-mend’ repair to one arm. This may put some people off but we love it as it adds to the chair’s obvious character.

Devon, c.1820

H: 88cm W: 52cm D: 49cm


  • H: 88cm (34.65in)
  • W: 52cm (20.47in)
  • D: 49cm (19.29in)



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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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