A well proportioned and substantial late 19th Century carved mahogany wing-back armchair in the George II manner upholstered in a tan leather.
English circa 1880.
A fine quality and well drawn carved mahogany wing chair inspired by William Kent of the early 18th Century.
Upholstered in a hand dyed natural leather with a feather cushioned seat, having grand proportions making this a very comfortable reading chair.
The shaped sides with scrolled arms being finished with brass stud work, upon a finely carved mahogany base having a central satyr mask surrounded by foliage and ribbons raised on hipped cabriole legs with shell to the knee terminating on ball and claw feet.
This impressive antique leather chair is finished to all sides making it able to stand freely with the room having recently been upholstered in a top quality hand dye leather hide. Please note the cushion will settle after use.
Width 35 1/2 inches – 90cm
Height 43 1/4 inches – 110cm
Depth 34 inches – 86cm
Seat height 24 inches – 61cm
Seat width and depth 22 inches – 56cm