. The book of decorative furniture, its form, colour and history . CROMWELLIAX CHAIR, JACOBEAN WHEEL CHAIR INCARVED OAK. CIRCA 1640. back and the seats. In the slightly higher chairs this space waslessened, the plain panels nearly reaching to the seat, which was sunk panelled that the cushion might bed therein. Of that economical outcome of Cromwellian design, the chair con-vertible into a table by lowering the hinged back to rest upon the arms, the chair referred to in our chapter on Some Seats of the Mighty, as formerly belonging to Theodore Hook, is an interesting example. Though throughout
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