Antique desk chair Cornelius V Smith 1890


19th Century

  • £669
  • €795 Euro
  • $900 US Dollar


Hoarde Vintage Member since 2017
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An English antique mahogany desk chair. Made in the late 19th century by the renowned London furniture maker Cornelius V Smith. This striking chair is a superb example of Smith’s design and craftsmanship and bears his stamp on a rear leg. This antique armchair has elegant curved armrests and a buttoned green leather back rest. The carved legs, formed seat and the original casters, makes this antique armchair an outstanding piece of furniture that would make an important addition to any interior. Makers mark stamped on the rear left leg C.V.S.


  • H: 98cm (38.58in)
  • W: 54cm (21.26in)
  • D: 66cm (25.98in)


19th Century

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Old Goods is a Dutch company, run by Raymond van Bijsterveld Jr.  Based inside d'Olde Poort cash and carry trade centre in Ulft, near to the largest and busiest antique streets in Europe.

Old Goods is one of the Dutch wholesale companies for Vintage, Industrial, Antique and Brocante. With an eye for detail, we are continuously on the hunt for interesting items, sources from all around Europe.  Our collection varies from enamel factory lights and workbenches to glass globes and big chests of drawers, items of unknown origin, and beautifully made or design classics from the 20th Century.

In our Atelier, we restore or modify items when necessary, but also work with old materials to create our own unique designs.  Our clients come from all around the world to visit us.  Worldwide shipping can be arranged for all items, from small packages and pallets up to containers are all possible.  For more information, please contact us. We are open 7 days a week and welcome all clients, both private and trade, to our showroom.

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