• Circa 1780
• Item Corner armchair
• Provenance England, UK
• Wood Mahogany
• Period George III
• Bowed top rail
• Scroll end floral carved arms
• 3 turned gun barrel supports
• 2 carved open fretwork splats
• Drop in seat
• Newly upholstered gold embossed floral draylon
• Straight legs to the front & bag
• Reeded cross-stretcher
• Original polish
• Excellent colour / patination
• Excellent quality
• Solid in joint
• Free 14 day UK returns policy
This is an excellent example of a very good quality antique George III carved mahogany corner armchair, circa 1780. Constructed from fine grade Georgian timber, it the chair features a bowed top rail, which flows into two-scroll end floral, carved arms. Three “gun-barrel” supporting spindles support the arms. There are two finely carved open fretwork-supporting splats either side of the spindles. The drop in seat has been newly upholstered in a high quality upholstered gold embossed floral draylon material. Below the seat frame are several intricately carved open floral fretwork corn supports. The chair stands on classic straight legs, which are connected by a reeded cross stretcher for added support.
The chair features a rich deep mahogany colour. As it boasts the original polish, it has a fantastic colour and patination this can only be achieved through age and years of care and cleaning it has received.
This item would look superb in the library, office or hallway. This item would certainly grace any home and are a great investment as they are an extremely functional. So don’t miss out your chance to own a lovely piece of furniture.