An English George III panel back armchair with planked seat, tall open arms and side stretchers from the late 18th century. This single English chair, born under the reign of King George III, features a slightly slanted double paneled back and two shaped open arms with scrolled ends, resting on upright supports. The planked seat with rounded edges is raised on four straight legs with peg construction, connected to one another with plain side stretchers, the back one being slightly higher than the others. The chair’s simple linear Silhouette is delicately balanced by the curves of the scrolled knuckles. The purity of the lines, combined with a warm finish, will make this English Georgian accent chair circa 1780 an excellent addition to any home.