This most attractive antique arm chair was crafted during the second half of the 19th century during the Rococo Revival movement and has a delightful glow where handling has burnished the finish into a warmer cognac hue. The covering is an old hand woven fabric that is attractive but is very heavily worn and threadbare in areas. It is raised over four cabriole legs and a well carved apron with foliage curling around a rocaille form at the center. An X-form stretcher locks the four legs firmly in place. We acquired this arm chair as part of a set of four matched chairs - some of these other chairs may still remain available in the shop inventory or upon request if you are looking for a pair of chairs.
Measurements: 22” W x 20 3/8” D x 37 3/4” H, 17” H to seat
Condition Report: Old surface with light wear, some chipping and cracks here and there throughout; plaque removed from back of crest rail at some point. Upholstery is heavily worn, torn and discolored. Sturdy and quite comfortable.