A continental 19th Century Walnut carved frame library chair on a heavily carved cabriole leg. Generous proportions and a very imposing piece, would suit a textured plain velvet to give it a more classic feel.
Sumptuously comfortable due to the wool wadding overlaying the back springing.
The frame has been completely restored which includes re-dowelling, re-gluing and new corner blocks, hence why we offer a 40 year construction guarantee.
The upholstery is truly traditional, double English jute webbed, individual copper cone springs that are 8 hand tied with hessian overlaid, coconut hair, fine and coarse hair with a layer of wool wadding.
All our top covers are fully patterned match and the outside edges are hand slipped stitched.
You will require 3 metres of plain fabric or 4 metres of patterned fabric.
You can supply your own fabric or we have over 20,000 fabrics from all the major fabric houses and we can sample a selection for you.
|General Dimensions (cm)||w53 x d76 x h92|
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A rare opportunity to acquire hand made furniture in a fabric at reduced prices. Most of these pieces have been seen in Homes & Gardens, World of Interiors, Period living and House & Garden magazine
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