Georgian Mahogany Antique Desk Chair / Carver Arm Chair

£595.00

Georgian Mahogany Antique Desk Chair / Carver Arm Chair

This Country House Early 19th Century Georgian Mahogany Antique Desk Chair / Carver Arm Chair dates from ca. 1800 and has a curved moulded back with two splayed out-swept reeded arm, it has splayed back legs and fine turned front legs

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Georgian Mahogany Antique Desk Chair / Carver Arm Chair

This Country House Early 19th Century Georgian Mahogany Antique Desk Chair / Carver Arm Chair dates from ca. 1800 and has a curved moulded back with two splayed out-swept reeded arm, it has splayed back legs and fine turned front legs. This wonderful antique chair has lovely country house charm and character and is a warm Mahogany shade with a striking grain, good patina, is in very good condition and has been beautifully cleaned using a traditional form of wax finishing.

Approximate Dimensions are:

Height: 85.5 cm / 33.5 inches

Width: 56 cm / 22 inches

Depth: 44.5 cm / 17.5 inches

Seat height: 45 cm / 18 inches

Ref No: 07356

 

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  • Caroline,
    Hi James,Thank you so much, the Chairs are lovely and delivery was very punctual and I was away on time! Best wishes, Caroline
  • Elizabeth,
    Hello James,Just to say the Pr Georgian Antique carver armchairs have arrived @ 6.45 am! Exactly what I had expected so am absolutely delighted. I feel they have a story to tell! Thank you so much. You have been a pleasure to deal with. With very best wishes, Elizabeth
  • Jessica,
    Hello James,Thank you for the delivery today. The chairs are lovely and just as good as in your picture. I’m very pleased and can’t understand why people buy modern rubbish when they could have something like these instead!! Best Regards, Jessica

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