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This is a good quality English armchair from the George III, Hepplewhite period, made circa 1785.

The hardwood, possibly red walnut, frame has a camel back with a well carved central vase shaped splat featuring Prince of Wales plumes. The arms are beautifully curved and down-swept. The seat has generous proportions and has a serpentine (front curved) shape covered in a dark green leather. The front and rear legs are tapered and have a central and rear leg cross-stretcher. 

This is a very comfortable and elegant armchair and would make an ideal desk or library chair. 

The proportions, color and patination are really good and typical of a period English 18th century, Georgian Armchair.




Depth *
Width *

24 in

Height *
35.25 in
Seat Height
19 in

Georgian Armchair Green Leather Seat, English Hepplewhite circa 1785

SKU: F 66
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