Club Chair of Worn Leather from Edwardian England, Wingback, Early 20th Century


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Vintage from the 1900s

Leather club wingback chair from Edwardian England, early 20th century. The worn leather of this chair has such a hand as to embody all those who sat upon it. A furnishing from a Thomas Hardy novel where the vicar sat every Saturday evening with a glass of sherry before a roaring fire, composing Sunday's sermon. Or was it Winston Churchill? Or was it discovered in the library of the manse not far removed from Downton Abbey? Quite comfortable, what? Very much a part of a tale told myriad times becoming more inspired and enriching with each telling. Worn leather is supple with textured hand. Solid frame. Comfortable seating. Seat height is 17.5 inches.

H 40 in. x W 28 in. x D 33 in.
H 101.6 cm x W 71.12 cm x D 83.82 cm
17.5 in. (44.45 cm)

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