Regency Mahogany Brass Inlaid Elbow Chair c.1820 (1 of 7)
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Regency Mahogany Brass Inlaid Elbow Chair c.1820

Ref: ath2044 / LA74875

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Description

This is a good quality 19th Century Regency antique mahogany elbow / desk chair with top rail, centre splat and uprights all with brass inlay detail along with the scroll arms and sabre front legs. The drop in seat stylishly upholstered in a cream colour chenille fabric.

It has normal marks / scuffs to the woodwork commensurate with age and use but overall this wonderfully elegant chair is in good clean condition.

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Measurements

Height : 84 cm - 33.07 in

Width : 56 cm - 22.05 in

Depth : 44 cm - 17.32 in

All sizes approximate.

Declaration

Athey Antiques has clarified that the Regency mahogany brass inlaid armchair (ath2044 / LA74875) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1820.

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