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Worcester Cathedral Antique Gothic Light Oak Chair
Close up of the trefoil gothic detail of the Worcester Cathedral antique light oak chair
Side view of the Worcester cathedral antique gothic light oak chair
UKAA Buy and Sell Gothic oak chairs
We have just painted and distressed a set of these chairs in Farrow and Ball New White for a customer
Worcester Cathedral at night time
Showing the chairs in situ in Worcester Cathedral
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Worcester Cathedral Gothic Oak Chair


Ref: T0002

  • You are buying 1 chair for the advertised price
    Worcester Cathedral Gothic Oak Chair
  • Worcester Cathedral Gothic Light Oak Chair with trefoil hand carved detailing
  • In 1870 the Cathedral installed 1200 Oak Chairs
  • The chair is 36½" tall and the width of the seat is 17¼" and the seat height is 17½"
  • The architect for the cathedral was Sir George Gilbert Scott - it would of been part of his work for him to have an input in the design and manufacture of the chairs
  • In the images below you can see the chairs in situ
  • We purchased over 120 chairs from the Cathedral and we have now sourced a manufacturer to replicate the chairs for us in Solid Oak, with the same method of construction and detail.
  • We have hand waxed the chairs here at UKAA
  • Can’t Find What You’re Looking For... Click Here to View Our Other Church Chairs Available

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