This is a beautiful cross period Victorian/Edwardian arm chair inlaid in the Edwardian period and upholstered in luxurious emerald green velvet material with a buttoned back. Constructed from quality mahogany the chair has a high back with finials in the shape of spheres and square graceful arm rests. The elegant wooden frame is inlaid in delicate string wood. The upholstery is in good condition and the cushion is firm and comfortable making this an attractive reading chair as well as a striking hall chair.

The beautiful upholstery and the wooden frame of the chair are brought together by the ornated period lace. The chair is firm and robust and stands on square legs with castors at the back.

This is a unique chair with a striking combination of green velvet emerald material and beautiful inlaid mahogany which lends itself to be a comfortable reading chair as well as a striking hall chair.

This item dates back to circa 1889/1901

This is indeed an attractive antique piece of furniture -retaining all the charm and character of the Edwardian/Victorian period and ready to grace your home

Condition Report: This is an antique piece with a long history going back more than 100 years! This is indeed a very attractive chair showing some signs of use and age in the wooden frame where some of the inlaid veneer has been either repaired or is missing – please see photographs. The upholstery is in very good condition throughout with the exception of a small dark dot outside the left hand in side panel. In addition, the inside panel of the upholstery on the right hand in side, has been repaired sometime in the past. The front right leg has lost its brass square shoe and this has been mentioned for accuracy. This is a lovely chair in good condition. Please review carefully the photographs to see the items listed here.

Dimensions:

H: back 1,06 m (41 3/4 inches);H: seat : 49 cm (19 ¼ inches) D: seat: 54 cm ( 21 inches); W: chair front: 60 cm ( 23.5 inches); W: chair bac

Late Vicotorian Inlaid Mahogany Arm Chair

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