Armchair Leather Oak 19th Century Baroque Jacobean Revival Antiquarian
- Attractive armchair injecting period character into any interior - Sturdy and suitable for regular use - This model of chair was made in plentiful numbers in the mid-17th century but few survive from this period and they came back into fashion when large country houses were being remodelled in the Baroque taste towards the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century. - It was purchased along with a set of four sidechairs which are illustrated below and can be sold separately
An antiquarian oak armchair in the Jacobean revival style. The back and seat upholstered in leather faced with brass studwork. The seat supported by legs which have large block and ball turnings. The central stretcher with scroll carving and a central mask. The pair of side stretchers and the back stretcher straight. The leather is in good condition. Excellent colour and patina.
Measures: Height 99cm
Seat height 47cm
Arm height 71cm.
Baroque Revival (Of the period)
GOOD. Wear consistent with age and use.
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