19th-C. George II Style Wing Chair
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19th-C. George II Style Wing Chair

$2,975.00
Est. Arrival: Apr 15 - Apr 27
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Why we love this
A late 19th-C. English George II style wing chair with carved walnut feet, down cushion seat and new custom upholstery. Seat, 21.0" H.
Color: green/off white/walnut
Condition: Excellent
Dimensions: 34" L x 34.5" W x 44.5" H
Era: Antique: 19th century
Made In: English
Made Of: walnut/fabric
SKU: 77603957
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Apr 15 - Apr 27
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The Barn at 17 Antiques is Boston's largest fine furniture and accessory warehouse, packed with the best of continental, American, Post-Modern and rustic one-of-a-kinds. Founded in 1999 by renowned dealers Dan McAuliffe and Jerry Freeman, the Barn is a favorite resource for the city's best designers, with a collection reflecting our belief that antiques possess tremendous quality. When combined with contemporary in a home, they can create a unique and exciting look that we call "Boston Modern."
Why we love this
A late 19th-C. English George II style wing chair with carved walnut feet, down cushion seat and new custom upholstery. Seat, 21.0" H.
About the Seller
The Barn at 17 Antiques is Boston's largest fine furniture and accessory warehouse, packed with the best of continental, American, Post-Modern and rustic one-of-a-kinds. Founded in 1999 by renowned dealers Dan McAuliffe and Jerry Freeman, the Barn is a favorite resource for the city's best designers, with a collection reflecting our belief that antiques possess tremendous quality. When combined with contemporary in a home, they can create a unique and exciting look that we call "Boston Modern."