English Mahogany Wing Back Armchair

Origin: England   Period: 1940's

An extremely comfortable Georgina Style Wing Chair dating from the first half of the 20th Century.

Solidly constructed and with a heavy frame this wing back armchair has the classic rpoportions and shape (beautiful shaped wings, arms and camel hump back) that you would expect from a George II style wing chair.

Historically professionally upholstered with a dropping seat in a very pleasing to the eye in excellent condition.

All raised on cabriole ball and claw feet and slender sabre legs to the rear.

Seat depth 53 cm.

Seat height 49/50 cm


Width: 82.00 cm (32.3 in)

Depth: 89.00 cm (35 in)

Height: 105.00 cm (41.3 in)

Price: SOLD

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