Illustrated FURNITURE Glossary .
Paneled chairs of French and English type, 16th and 17th centuries.
Constructed of a plank seat and a panel back that was often carved with dates, initials, and geometric, floral, and strapwork details
They were probably developed from the detachment of a piece of wall paneling with a seat-board attached.
- Illustration above: Jacobean Revival chair - Saturn Club
- 3 Jacobean Revival wainscot chairs - Saturn Club
- Two c.1650 Jacobean chairs - Reprinted from Edgar G. Miller, Jr., American Antique Furniture, 1937, Vol. 1