Victorian Gentleman's Library Armchair

A superb Victorian Chippendale revival library armchair with mahogany cabriole legs carved to the shoulder and terminating on ball and claw feet. The rich, deep, red leather is buttoned to the inside with a loose cushion below. Fully repolished and upholstered in our workshops this chair is ready to use and enjoy. P.S. This is a full sized armchair with an inside measurement of 46cm = 18 inches.
In stock
SKU
B-053
£1,495.00
Period : Victorian (1837-1901)

Country of Origin : England

Height : 102cm = 40 1/4 inches

Depth : 76cm = 30 inches

Width : 73cm = 28 3/4 inches

Circa : 1890

Materials : Leather

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A superb Victorian Chippendale revival library armchair with mahogany cabriole legs carved to the shoulder and terminating on ball and claw feet. The rich, deep, red leather is buttoned to the inside with a loose cushion below. Fully repolished and upholstered in our workshops this chair is ready to use and enjoy. P.S. This is a full sized armchair with an inside measurement of 46cm = 18 inches.

Free Mainland UK delivery, worldwide shipping available. (Mainland UK is England, Scotland and Wales and excludes the Channel Islands, the Isle of Wight, the Isle of Man, the Scilly Islands, the Scottish Highlands & Islands and Northern Ireland.)

Customers are protected by Distance Selling Regulations, these give the right to cancel purchases within seven working days after receipt of the item and receive a full refund minus transportation costs.