This set of elegantly designed armchairs is crafted of rich walnut. Features cabriole front legs and a beautifully detailed seat back, adding to the allure of the heirloom-worthy pair.
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Pair of Sheraton-style leather library chairs with mahogany
frames. Seats and arms are newly upholstered in blue leather secured with antique nailheads. Slightly outward flaring arms meet curved supports. Stands on straight squared reeded legs connected with an 'H' stretcher. ...
Pair of Maison Jansen campaign chairs, circa 1970.
Patinated brass, brushed steel, black leather sling seats. From the collection of noted New York City dealer and tastemaker, Alan Moss. Chairs fold for easy storage and transport. Seat, 16"H; arms, 21"H. ...
A pair of vintage Kittinger Chippendale-style library chairs
with hand carved details. Freshly reupholstered with Brunschwig and Fils tree-motif fabric and sage welt accent trim. Seat, 18"H. minor surface wear, frames tight, new upholstery