Pair of Antique Swedish Biedermeier Satin Birch ArmchairsSKU: by Marylebone Antiques
Pair of Antique Swedish Biedermeier Satin Birch Armchairs
Stylish pair of antique Swedish Biedermeier armchairs in satin birch & newly re-upholstered. They have bold Trafalgar backs, scroll over arms, ebonised baubles & sit on Sabre legs. These chairs have quite large proportions & are very sturdy. The figuring in the satin birch is very good & like all Swedish satin birch, they have that lovely silky finish. These chairs have just come over from Sweden, been re-polished & re-upholstered with a taupe coloured fabric. The seats have generous proportions & are very comfortable. I would date them to around the 1890-1910 period.
Width – 23.2 inches, 59 cm
Depth – 22 inches, 56 cm
Height – 35 inches, 89 cm
Seat height – 18 inches, 46 cm
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