Deep Seated Buttoned Armchair by Cornelius V Smith


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19th Century

  • £695.00
  • €789 Euro
  • $770 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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An unusual Victorian iron framed, deep seated button back armchair by the esteemed 19th century cabinet maker Cornelius V Smith, the iron frame with deep buttoned back, seat, arms and borders, raised on mahogany turned supports with original brass and porcelain castors, one back leg stamped with maker's mark CVS, upholstered in a light sage green damask fabric with rope trim.

Cornelius V. Smith was 19th Century London cabinetmaker, who operated at Marshalls yard, Henry St, Hampstead Rd. He is well known for producing chairs of the highest quality and this is a particularly good example. Being iron framed it has a sprung back which makes it extremely comfortable.

The back 97cm high, 75cm wide at the front, the seat 66cm deep and 41cm high.


19th Century

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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 at our shop opened in November 2019. The address is 34 Market Place, Chippenham, Wiltshire SN15 3HP. Opening hours are Wednesday to Saturday, 10am to 5pm. Other times by appointment.
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