Early 19th Century Regency Simulated Rosewood Armchair

GBP 350.00

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Object Description

Early 19th century Regency armchair made of simulated rosewood on beech. The paint is faded and the frame is a little wobbly. This chair is priced to sell and so the restoration is not included in the price. Simulated rosewood was very popular during the Regency period and should not be regarded as necessarily inferior to a similar piece made of solid mahogany. Although the beech was less expensive than rosewood, the painted surface would have made up some of that cost.

English circa 1820 £350

54cm / 21″ wide
55cm / 21½” deep
84cm / 33″ high

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