Campbell Vintage is located in Southsea, United Kingdom
Late 19th Century Button Back Nursing Chair
REF: 1001272 / LA358625
This Late 19th century button back chair is all original and is the perfect chair to reupholster or keep in its original untouched state. The mahogany frame, carved & turned front legs, shaped back legs, and curved cocked bead shaped trim to the base tie it all together. Original brass and ceramic castors to the front and back are all firm and in working order. The springs, together with the original horse hair padding are ready to add your design stamp to this beautifully shaped accent chair. The legs are stamped 'C Graham' who must of been proud of their creation to put their name on it, so in turn will make this the perfect chair to reupholster and gain future value. It has a beautiful shape, solid build, quality material and is extremely comfortable. Everything you want in a classic antique chair. Currently its is covered in what possibly looks likes the original light green velvet fabric. Perfect if you prefer the authenticity. Alternatively, by adding your own wow fabric to this chair, it will undoubtedly make a statement piece and will be admired by your friends and family for years to come. Period: Late 19th Century Material: Mahogany, Velvet Fabric, Brass & Ceramic
Seat Height 350mm
Campbell Vintage has clarified that the Late 19th Century Button Back Nursing Chair (LA358625) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being Late 19th Century
As you can imagine our products had a life before we got them. Therefore, you will see signs of ageing, wear, fading & marks which create their unique look. Overall the condition is a good condition commensurate with its age.
BEFORE ordering please call or text Mark on 07973 154860 and check the item is still available & the cost of delivery. As we advertise on multiple platforms. PLEASE NOTE - If you are outside the UK please contact me first before ordering.
This Late 19th Century Button Back Nursing Chair is located in Southsea, United Kingdom