A fine example of a late 19th century French walnut open armchair smothered with various finely carved Greek & Roman influenced designs - ADDITIONAL IMAGES CAN BE VIEWED BELOW:
The back frame is finely carved with guilloche decoration & this design also leads down to the arms terminating with acanthus carving.
The arm supports have scroll & acanthus carved decoration.
The seat rail has a carved laurel leaf decoration with a carved square and central flower at the top of each leg.
The legs are turned & have carved acanthus decoration with twisted fluting terminating in a ball turned foot.
There are moulded cross stretchers supported by a circular central boss.
The chair has been recovered in an emerald green silk damask which complements the frame.
This chair was probably originally gilded.
This piece is structurally sound & ready to go straight into a property.
Height: 34.75'' / 88cm
Width: 23'' / 58.5cm
Depth: 22'' / 56cm