A stylish and rare oak hall chair by Heal’s. The high backed armchair with dome top is made from top quality, quarter sawn oak. It is in all probability a prototype for the chair commissioned by Christine Angus, who later married artist Walter Sickett, for her younger sister Joan.
Designed by Ambrose Heal, circa 1901.
See J. Cooper, Victorian & Edwardian Furniture & Interiors plate 641 page 235 O. Heal Sir Ambrose Heal and the Heal Cabinet Factory 1897-1939 page 80.
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Width - 62 cm
Depth - 60 cm
Seat - 40 cm
Age - circa 1901
Material - Oak
Origin - English, Heal's