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A finely carved mahogany armchair in the manner of George Hepplewhite, the shield back with wheat sheaf, palm leaf and rosette carving, the exaggerated curved arms enclosing a button upholstered seat on square tapering panelled legs with spade feet.The late 18th century original after Thomas Sheraton (1751 -1806).


  • Upholstered in Portland Leather
  • Trim: TA Vintage Nail
Style George III
Category Seating
Type Accent Chairs
Main Materials Mahogany
Seat height 20 3/4 inches 52.7 cm
Arm height 22 3/4 inches 57.7 cm

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