This gem of a chair has beautiful reeded or fluted wood lines along the outside rim and arms, and ornately carved legs. My research led me to its description as a “Library Chair” in that the arms are just the right height to prop up your arms with a book and be at a resting eye level. We estimate this chair authentic relic has been around since that late 1800’s to early 1900’s. The frame was amazingly in great shape.
It has been carefully restored on the insides, with 8 way hand tied springs in the seat and back. The outer wood was renewed and restored, then given a dark wax finish. The faux cow hide in cream and brown print on the seat and inside back, is a durable microfiber. The outside upholstery is supple brown leather with lined Sherpa side pockets, for books, of course! The details of brushed silver nail head trim on suede leather add the perfect finishing touch.