An Australian cedar and caned armchair, circa 1820, the top fall front' data-content='Furniture with a hinged flap, usually associated with desks and secretaires, that opens or 'falls' to provide a flat writing surface. The flap may be supported by chains or brass quadrants and rest on wooden supports or runners, known as lopers, that pull out from a recess in either side of the piece. The interior of a fall-front desk is usually fitted with small drawers and pigeonholes.'>front rail, a back rail and two side rails, and also on a door or carcase, where the rails are joined to the vertical framings.'>rail and cross-rail with pine stringing above down swept arm on turned supports, over a caned seat with button back leather cushion above a plain front rail and raised on ring turned tapering legs
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