This is a very attractive English nursing or occasional chair from the William IVth period of the early 19th century, circa 1830.
The frame is made of walnut and the oval seat is upholstered in a green velvety fabric, edged with an antique gold braid, the seat being sprung. The back is open with a curved upholstered cresting rail supported either side by curved and reeded scroll supports that terminate in carved scrolls. The front legs are turned and tapered with fluted detail and the rear legs are slightly out-swept, all legs terminating in white ceramic castors.
The walnut has a very good natural patinated color.
This is a very pretty chair and would fit any where in the home.
The seat could be re-upholstered in a different fabric if required
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SKU: F 34
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