An Early Victorian Rosewood Armchair with Shepherds Crook Arms
An attractive Victorian open armchair benefiting from having the more prized Rosewood frame and presented in good useable order.
Surviving from the mid-19th century, this one sits well with a pleasing shaped frame, the brass tarnished castors sitting firm on all legs. The shepherds crook shaped arms are well padded as is the back and seat all topped with a dense woven ribbed good quality fabric which apart from a few very light marks is rip, tear and repair free. The seat is also firm rather than sagging. We would assume the chair was recently professionally reupholstered. The frame and arms are firm with no wobbles or movement.
A rather good looking English open armchair ready to place wherever you wish.
Dimensions – Overall: Height 97.5cm x Width 62.5cm x Depth 75cm
Dimensions – Specifically the Seat: Height 44cm x Width 46-40cm (front to rear) x Depth 48.5cm
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