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An Australian cedar armchair, circa 1840, the curved overhanging top rail with raised panel above a plain curved cross rail and down swept over-scrolled arms, above a inset upholstered seat is of the same construction, but it sits within a frame whose perimeter includes four sides of the chair.<br><br>Because the upholstery frame was not very deep, the seats were relatively uncomfortable. In the mid 19th century coiled upholstery springs came into use and frame of the chair was used as the upholstery frame, making for a much more comfortable and responsive seat.<br><br>This type of seat was known as an over-upholstered or over-stuffed seat.'>drop on") seat is an unsprung removable seat where the upholstery is attached to a wooden frame, which is held in place by the sides of the chair, and usually a wooden peg at the front of the chair. An inset upholstered seat is of the same construction, but it sits within a frame whose perimeter includes four sides of the chair.<br><br>Because the upholstery frame was not very deep, the seats were relatively uncomfortable. In the mid 19th century coiled upholstery springs came into use and frame of the chair was used as the upholstery frame, making for a much more comfortable and responsive seat.<br><br>This type of seat was known as an over-upholstered or over-stuffed seat.'>drop inserpentine fronted seat, raised on turned and faceted tapering legs

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