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Antique Button Back Armchair for recovering

S/N:HOG481

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late 19th century

  • £225.00
  • €245 Euro
  • $276 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Antique Button Back Armchair for recovering

HAND OF GLORY
An Antique Victorian button back armchair of unusual design, the spoon shaped back over a deep sprung seat and raised on mahogany ring turned legs with original horn and brass castors.

A very comfortable chair, traditionally upholstered in horsehair. The chair itself is in good condition, the seat being good, it just needs re-covering. There is a possibility that the only the seat could be re-covered as this it's the only part of the fabric that is actually damaged, otherwise it's good.

I can arrange re-covering and supply fabric, please ask for further details.

79cm high, 64cm wide max, the seat being 54cm deep and 38cm high.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 79cm (31.10in)
  • W: 64cm (25.20in)
  • D: 54cm (21.26in)

Period: 

late 19th century

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HAND OF GLORY

St Mary House
15 St Mary Street
Chippenham
SN15 3JN
United Kingdom

WWW.HANDOFGLORYANTIQUES.COM

With a lifelong passion for the subject, Lisa has worked in the word of art and antiques for over 25 years.  Sixteen of these were spent as a Director of an Auctioneers in London before moving to South West France with her husband Marc Allum to restore a rambling 17th Century Chateau, which they used as base to host art and antique holidays. 
 
After returning to the UK in 2012, Hand of Glory was born, offering an eclectic mix of antiques, objects and.... in the words of John Tradescant; 'anything strang (sic)'
 
In addition to running Hand of Glory, Lisa also writes for various magazines.
 
Clients are welcome to view pieces, by appointment, at our premises in Chippenham, Wiltshire.
 
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