HIWLH : 2007.44

BriefDescription: 'The Wycombe Pitt Chair' circa 1740. Painted, comb-back armchair attributed to John Pitt (1714-1759). Beech with walnut armbow, fruitwood legs and elm seat. This chair has an Armorial in the centre splat for the city of Bath. It is laquered in black and the ends of the comb, the knees, front pad feet and the centre of the seat have been decorated with gold leaf.

Maker (Company): Unknown

Place Made: Slough

Date made (earliest or approximate): 1740

Date made (latest):

Accession number: HIWLH : 2007.44

‘The Wycombe Pitt Chair’ circa 1740. Painted, comb-back armchair attributed to John Pitt (1714-1759). Beech with walnut armbow, fruitwood legs and elm seat. This chair has an Armorial in the centre splat for the city of Bath. It is laquered in black and the ends of the comb, the knees, front pad feet and the centre of the seat have been decorated with gold leaf.

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