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James 1st carved and inlaid 12ft 1 1/2" six leg table of huge proportions, circa 1620. Marhamchurch antiques

James 1st carved and inlaid 12ft 1 1/2" six leg table of huge proportions, circa 1620. Marhamchurch antiques

1660-1700 English Chair at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "This kind of chair was known in 17th century Britain as a 'backstool' - literally, a stool with a back attached. It was the standard type of seating - often fitted with textile or leather covers - from 1615 until about 1670, when fashionable chair-backs became higher and the back legs were raked backwards for greater stability."

1660-1700 English Chair at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "This kind of chair was known in 17th century Britain as a 'backstool' - literally, a stool with a back attached. It was the standard type of seating - often fitted with textile or leather covers - from 1615 until about 1670, when fashionable chair-backs became higher and the back legs were raked backwards for greater stability."

Africa | Stool from the Dogon people of Mali. Wood | Acquired in 1963

Africa | Stool from the Dogon people of Mali. Wood | Acquired in 1963

17th century table, Marhamchurch antiques

17th century table, Marhamchurch antiques

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