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19th century Bergere cane tub chair

S/N:NV0319

+44 (0)1903 883018

+44 (0)7794 847488


19th century

United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2017
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Beautiful bergere tub chair in a lovely shape. Scroll arms with line carved detail. Cane appears a relatively recent professional replacement in keeping with how original would have been as in very good condition. New coarse linen seat cover which is ready to receive covering of your own choice or finished to use as. Seat is removable being held in position by original wooden pegs. Seat covering is clean, new and professionally done but fabric rustic in appearance and has some variations in colour as natural and designed as under layer; will however suit some styles of interior such as French Country very well. Wood has lightly been cleaned but still retains aged patina and reference to previous caning with some small holes around edges.

Seat Height: 46cm makes chair suitable for use either in a living space or at a dining table or desk.

Delivery: Please contact us with your town and postcode for a courier delivery quote. You are also welcome to collect from us in Arundel, West Sussex by appointment.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 82cm (32.28in)
  • W: 59cm (23.23in)
  • D: 52cm (20.47in)

Period: 

19th century

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POACHERS BARN

By Appointment
West Sussex
BN18, UK
United Kingdom

POACHERS BARN is a news business set up by an old hand at vintage antiques.  Selling online and based in West Sussex, any viewings will be by appointment only.

Poacher's Barn sells furniture, both rustic and modernist, and unusual decorative items often re-purposed from rural pursuits and the industrial past; we also sell some higher end mid century pieces.

We source our stock from UK and European markets and auctions, really buying anything that catch our eye and we think may consequently appeal to our customers. Age of pieces usually range from the 19th century through to the 1950s.

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