An oak armchair, Yorkshire, late 17th century

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An oak armchair, Yorkshire, late 17th century  The back profusely carved with a stylised flower within a foliate and guilloche arched surround and below a bold foliate and scroll-carved crest with scrolling ear supporters, with a later seat, on turned legs joined by stretchers, with brass plaque PROPERTY OF HOPE LODGE 302, 57cm wide, 53cm deep,116cm high. The Lodge of Hope 302 is the oldest Masonic Lodge in Bradford and most recently was based at Spring Bank Place from 1926 - 2015.
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Period: 17th century

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