18th.c. Dutch Metamorphic Armchair & Daybed.

S/N:32094

  • £3,995.00
  • €4,550 Euro
  • $5,019 US Dollar

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18th.c. Dutch Metamorphic Armchair & Daybed.

COLLINGE ANTIQUES
Rare mid 18th.c. Dutch mahogany metamorphic armchair and daybed c.1760. Very impressively proportioned high back open armchair with shaped wings, beautifully carved arms and cabriole legs. Open the two original brass catches on the sides to allow the back to recline and the seat to fold over to make a long daybed or sleeping chair. Early mahogany timbers of exceptional colour, used as veneers on an oak subframe with solid mahogany cresting rail, arms and legs. Unusually shaped backrest with carved acanthus leaf spay at the centre and moulded detail to the front edge. Folding oak support to hold the backrest when reclined, webbed back and seat with loose cushions. Old damage to the backrest, otherwise excellent original condition with clean upholstery. Note the original brass and leather castors to the feet.
Dimensions: width 36″, depth 30″/88″, height 52″.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 132cm (52in)
  • W: 91cm (36in)
  • D: 76cm (30in)

Period: 

c.1760

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Llandudno Junction
North Wales
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United Kingdom

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Owner Nicky Collinge runs Collinge Antiques, has been dealing in antiques for over 30 years.

They are based in a large warehouse showroom in Llandudno Junction, North Wales, where they have an extensive and ever changing stock of genuine antiques.

As well as furniture from Georgian to Edwardian periods, and a special interest in Welsh pieces, they regularly deal in clocks, barometers, glass, silver, mirrors, militaria, paintings, bronzes, porcelain and have even sold vintage motorbikes and tractors!

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