A good looking Regency armchair, we would assume a stray from a dining room set. This one has a new soft leather hide seat in deep green which replaced a rather nasty looking 1980s recover!
The handsome chair possesses a pleasing stance with a decorative back, good scroll arms and sabre legs. The frame and arms are firm with no wobbles and is ready for placing, perhaps as a partner to a period desk or a hall chair.
A fine looking piece of English period seating.
Dimensions - Overall: Height 83cm x Width 53.5cm x Depth 54cm
Dimensions - Specifically the Seat: Height to Cushion Top 46cm x Width 45-36cm (Front-Rear) x Depth 41cm
Billy Hunt has successfully focused on British furniture and lighting for the last 9 years and always has an interesting ever changing selection of carefully chosen pieces from the early 1800s to late 1970s. Our base is a 3,000sq foot space on a wonderful country estate in Staffordshire, giving us the perfect mix of beautiful scenery and industrial grit.
Our extensive client base covers: the celebrated, interior designers, film companies and ladies and gentlemen like us who enjoy our professional, friendly and knowledgeable approach. If you wish to visit just give us a call or email.
When purchasing from us we include delivery in the purchase price which is based on a one person delivery for England and Wales. Please call or email for quotes to Scotland, Northern Ireland, the Isles and for World-wide shipping.
For any large items that require two people to lift the item, we ask that you are available at the time of delivery to be able to give our shipper a lift off the van and into your house with the item. If you are not able to lift items yourself, we ask that you have someone on hand at the time of delivery to assist our shipper with moving the item. We are happy to quote for a two person delivery if required.
If in any doubt and /or wish to chat over a piece then please give us a call 01283 617377 / 07768 266266
H: 83cm W: 53cm D: 54cm
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