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Henry William Batley attri, Jas. Shoolbred. An Aesthetic Movement Oak Armchair.



Henry William Batley (attributed) Jas. Shoolbred., an oak armchair, re-upholstered in red leather, with stylised floral carved details to the back supports the curved arms with elbow pads, on fluted supports, and spiral legs on brass and ceramic castors.


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