Victorian Brazilian Rosewood Ladies Chair – SOLD

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19th Century Ladies Chair in rare Brazilian rosewood.  Brazilian rosewood is special and characterised by dramatic changes to the colour and grain. It is therefore very distinct and sought after – it was given most protected status in 1992 and banned from export.

This stunning piece has carved cabriole front legs, splayed rear ones and sweeping side rails that end in a scroll.   The design is incredibly comfortable and very elegant.  We decided to combine Spanish Alhambra velvet with Harris Tweed making it a striking piece.  Whilst respecting the traditional floral motifs originally used on these chairs it adds a contemporary twist.

The chair has been fully restored using traditional techniques and materials and has sprung seat.

You may also wish to look at a similar, though earlier piece in our collection in different colours.

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H-34″/W-21.5″/D-28.5″/Seat to Floor 14.5″

We would be delighted if you wish to visit Salisbury to view any item before buying to enable you to appreciate the quality of our work. The only concession we make to traditional methods is use of a staple gun which is far kinder to old furniture frames than tacks.

Delivery can be arranged at a price appropriate to distance.