A refined Dutch East Indies Regency armchair is made from solid Padouk with a cane seat. The highly refined Dutch Colonial Chair has a reeded pirced and carved back splat below the scrolled toprail. The chair arms have a reed top gracefully coming down to a scrolled handrest above a reed vase form support continuing down to a turn reeded front leg. The stile is scrolled at the toprail and comes down to sabre back legs. The chair has pegged and mortise joints with a handed cane seat. There is a related “Pl. 175. Long Sette in Raffles Style. Java, (Indonesia); first half of the 19th century. Museum Sejarah Jakarta.” on page 136 published in Furniture from Indonesia, Sri Lanka and India by Jan Veenendaal.