Georgian Camel Back Chair with Toile de Jouy Upholstery
A George III mahogany camel back chair
This rare survivor has typical mid eighteenth century serpentine styling to the back rest and front rail of the seat. The design is further replicated to the leg carvings which also have typical chamfered detailing and are connected by a pegged cross-rail stretcher. Such a simple chair but manufactured with complete consideration for its final presentation, this is why the eighteenth century is such an enduring period in terms of furniture design.
The chair is newly upholstered in Toile de Jouy fabric typical of the period