A GEORGE III CARVED MAHOGANY WINDOW SEAT A late 18th century Hepplewhite period window seat. The bow fronted seat with serpentine apron having outscrolled arms with channelled show wood fronts upholstered in yellow fabric on four serpentine channelled legs terminating in French feet. The design of this window seat and in particular the leg was very popular in the latter part of the 18th century. Cabinet makers including, Thomas Chippendale, William and John Linnell as well as others produced variations of the design supporting the elegance of this piece. English, circa 1775 Height: 26 ¾ in; 68 cm Width: 36 ½ in; 93 cm Depth: 19 in; 48 cm Provenance: Private collection, Yorkshire; Private collection, London. Literature: H. Haywood and P. Kirkham, ‘William and John Linnell’, London, 1980, p.34, ill 61. C. Claxton- Stevens and S. Whittington, '18th Century English Furniture, The Norman Adams Collection', 1983, p. 62.