This is a superb antique J. M. Young large Morris chair from the early 1900s Mission and Arts & Crafts period in very good condition.
The piece is made of superb quarter sawn oak with an old refinish.
It has superb and very desirable form with 4 slats under each arm and large wide arms.
The arms also feature corbels at the front and back and pinned, exposed through tenons at the front and back.
The front and back posts have two large, exposed through tenons that are each double pinned.
The chair is extremely heavy and is sturdy and strong.
The spring seat has been recovered with black leather in very good condition.
There is a shadow of an oval paper label as pictured.
The piece is highly decorative and collectible as well as being very comfortable.
We have two matching J. M. Young Morris chairs available as well.