Antique Edwardian Desk Chair

Origin: England   Period: circa 1900

An extremely comfortable Desk Chair, in good original condition, from the early 20th Century  (circa 1900)

The back is horse shoe in shape with a lovely detail of a decorative pierced splat in the middle, two other column supports on the sides of the splat and shaped arms supports. All completed with a raised centre that is padded and covered in a studded dark brown leather.

The arm chair has Queen Anne cabriole shaped front legs and a moulded solid seat.

There is an old split in the middle of the shaped seat which doesn't interfere with the strength of the chair.

overall (in cm): 65w x 63d x92h
seat size (in cm): 54w x 52d x 47h

Price: £350.00 (approx €420)

Pareglio & Ayres Antiques Interiors, located in Kent UK and with a base in Italy just under an hour from Milan.

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