Pair of 19th-century Renaissance Revival-style chairs made by
R. J. Horner Co. of New York. Carved solid oak frames are topped with griffin heads on the seat posts and an ornately carved skirt on the back. Seats and front cushions ...
Beautifully contoured legs and stylized stretchers anchor this
stately dining chair. The antiqued brown leather seat is trimmed in hand-applied nailheads, while the backrest is upholstered in a classically inspired design.
Rich with timeless luxury, this side chair is
upholstered in beautiful antique saddle leather with hand-applied antiqued brass nailheads. The frame is made of birch, a hardwood favored by furniture makers for its strength and durability.