Luxury Design, Past & Present
A pair of George II style walnut open arm chairs, possibly by Charles Tozer, each with a high arched back, burr walnut vase splat and shepherds crook arms, the generous drop-in seat with the original needlework, the serpentine seat rail with a central shell and foliage, all raised on scrolling front legs with frills and tendrils carved on the knees and ball and claw feet. English, circa 1920.
Charles Tozer was a retailer of high quality furniture who specialising in early Georgian / Queen Anne walnut revival pieces. He was established at 25 Brook Street London from the early 20th century and was known for the quality of his workmanship and materials used.