William IV Library Chair

England | c. 1835

The chair with deep buttoned tan leather upholstered back, seat and enclosed arms.
The front supports extensively carved, each with an acanthus scroll above a grotesque mask leading to further acanthus and reeded scrolls, terminating in claw feet.
The chair also has a continuous panelled apron of carved rosewood with centred foliate motifs to each angle. The well drawn rear sabre legs with claw feet.

Measurements: Height 37 ½” (95cm); Width 28” (71cm); Depth 36” (91.5 cm).


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