This solid walnut Victorian chair is from the Renaissance Revival period. The carvings are reminiscent of John Jelliff of Newark NJ. He was a highly regarded cabinetmaker in the Victorian era. The chair has an ornately carved crest with central medallion of a woman. Additional bold carvings and roundels extend along the corners of the back. The chair rests on its original brass casters. We purchased this chair with no upholstery on it. We had our upholster get it to the point all you have to do is to add your fabric or it is serviceable as is with the white cotton covering. The chair's size and design makes it quite comfortable. The frame's finish is in excellent condition. 42"high and the seat is 16" high. Condition: Very Good, Circa: 1860-1870's.
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