Regency carved rosewood library armchair.

Regency carved rosewood library armchair.

Regency carved rosewood library armchair.

Date & Origin c. 1820, England
Dimensions
H
40.25 inch (102 cm)
W
30.25 inch (76 cm)
D
29.75 inch (75 cm)
Description
A generous Regency period carved rosewood library armchair; the armchair's upholstered back and seat above scrolling showwood armchs crisply carved with acanthus leaves and a panelled seat rail; raised on turned and reeded legs which terminate in the original brass cap castors. This armchair is of particularly good scale and is upholstered using traditional techniques with a top cover of Manuel Canovas's blue velvet striped fabric.
Stock Code BA363
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Dimensions
H
40.25 inch (102 cm)
W
30.25 inch (76 cm)
D
29.75 inch (75 cm)
Description
A generous Regency period carved rosewood library armchair; the armchair's upholstered back and seat above scrolling showwood armchs crisply carved with acanthus leaves and a panelled seat rail; raised on turned and reeded legs which terminate in the original brass cap castors. This armchair is of particularly good scale and is upholstered using traditional techniques with a top cover of Manuel Canovas's blue velvet striped fabric.
Stock Code BA363

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