Regency Bobbin Turned Chair

S/N:D015

+44 (0)1572 747316

+44 (0)7752 919172

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  • £1,250
  • €1,416 Euro
  • $1,598 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Regency Bobbin Turned Chair

THE ONE OFF CHAIR COMPANY
Totally original Regency simulated rosewood bobbin turned chair, with original caned seat, and horsehair seat cushion. Standing on brass castors.

Circa 1810-20

Height to Back: 39.5" 100cm
Depth: 28.5" 72cm
Width: 24" 60cm
Height to Seat: 16.5" 42cm
Width of Seat: 19.5" 50cm
Depth of seat: 23" 58cm

Period: 

circa 1810-20

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THE ONE OFF CHAIR COMPANY

By Appointment at Percy's Barn
Seaton Road
Harringworth
Northamptonshire
NN17 3AF
United Kingdom

WWW.THEONEOFFCHAIRCOMPANY.COM

The One Off Chair Company is a partnership between antique dealer Claire Langley, and upholsterer Alan Watson. We both have a passion for chairs and good design, and after many years of working together have decided to join forces and pool our collective knowledge.

Our aim is to offer a diverse and individual range of chairs and sofas – from 18th century Georgian classics, through to 60’s/ 70’s retro, and the smooth contemporary lines of today.

All our pieces are restored and upholstered to the highest quality, using only traditional materials and time trusted methods. We also offer a bespoke service with everything made to the same exacting standards.

Whilst some pieces are fully upholstered, others will be available in an un-upholstered state – stripped back to the basic frame – so you can choose your own fabric.  We are able to supply any fabric of your choice and have a wide range of pattern books to choose from.

If you would like to see or try any of of stock, please do come and see us. Some pieces are in our shop, whilst others are 5 minutes away in our store, where we will be more than happy to meet you by appointment at any time.

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