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Lydia's Large Sofa

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A carved mahogany three seater sofa, the overscroll padded and channeled back abovea triple cushion seat, the scrolled and burl panel uprights with brass rosette and tasselcapitals, the seat rail with gilt-metal crossed sabres above square tapering panelled legs;the side panels with Armorial brasses.

Features:

  • Shown in LE0155, UP0248, UP0260A, UP0280, UP0279 and UP0356
  • High Gloss Finish
Style Victorian
Category Seating
Type Sofas
Main Materials Mahogany, Brass
Seat height 19 3/4 inches 50.2 cm
Arm height 31 3/4 inches 80.5 cm
Inside Seat Depth 25 1/4 inches 64.4 cm
Inside Seat Width 84 inches 213.6 cm

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