Regency Period Decorated & Gilt Library Chair


Circa 1810 – A truly exceptional and important Regency Period Decorated and Gilt Simulated Satinwood Library Chair, the scrolled back and arms with upholstered panels, the seat with an upholstered loose squab cushion and the whole raised on boldly sabred legs terminating in conforming brass cups and casters. All the panels of the frame are decorated with flowers and leaves and the mouldings are all gilt.

H: 37”, 94 cms, W: 27.25”, 69 cms, D: 31”, 79 cms.

Lit: An almost identical set of chairs can be seen in illustrations of the Library at Shugborough in Staffordshire, “The Country House Library” Mark Purcell, Pl. 180 pages 212 -215.
Similar chairs are illustrated in Ackermann’s “Regency Furniture & Interiors” Pauline Agius Pl. 15, Page 51.


Delivery in the UK mainland is included in the marked price.

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