Appealing Edwardian Cross Framed Cane Occasional Chair
Very attractive looking cross framed chair surviving from the Edwardian period and with the benefit of the cane seat and back being in perfect order and ready to enjoy.
The reeded blackened frame with its sweeping arms and turned stretchers would work well in a hallway, living room or bedroom of a period or modern home. We would assume the canework has been recently restored so no holes or sagging. The frame is aging on the arms a little with day to day wear visible.
A good looking English chair C1910.
Dimensions – Overall: Height 86.5cm x Width 57.5cm x Depth 60.5cm
Dimensions – Specifically the Seat: Height 43cm x Width 40.5-37cm (front–rear) x Depth 43cm
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