Victorian turned leg leather reading chair
This Victorian turned leg leather reading chair was made circa 1865
A chair of this design, is perfect for sitting and relaxing to read.
The mahogany show-wood that runs around the back, and down to the open padded arms.
The arm supports, with scroll hand grips that are very good for lifting you off the chair.
The chair is covered in fine hand dyed leather, that is deep buttoned to the back and then the serpentine shaped seat.
The chair stands on well turned mahogany legs, with the original brass cup handles and china wheel castors.
The leather upholstery is secured by many brass headed studs, that are carefully tapped in.
Imagine sitting at this chair while relaxing, it will be much admired.
100cms high (39ins)
64cms widest at armrests (25ins)
82cms deep (32ins)
51cms seat depth (20ins)
53cms seat width (21 ins)
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