Contemporary Post-War Black Loveseat

(#CON071)

Contemporary Post-War Design gilt armless loveseat with Queen Anne English style legs and a shaped open form back frame with black upholstered seat and back (2- PRICED EACH)
Item #
CON071
Category
Furniture
Seating
Loveseats/Sofas
Style
Contemporary/Post-War Design American
Finish
Gilt / giltwood
Color
Black
Dimensions (in)
Width:51.5"
Depth:35.0"
Height:43.0"
Price:

In Stock

Contemporary Post-War Black Loveseat

Price

#CON071

In Stock

Contemporary Post-War Design gilt armless loveseat with Queen Anne English style legs and a shaped open form back frame with black upholstered seat and back (2- PRICED EACH)
Item #
CON071
Category
Furniture
Seating
Loveseats/Sofas
Style
Contemporary/Post-War Design American
Finish
Gilt / giltwood
Color
Black
Dimensions (in)
Width:51.5"
Depth:35.0"
Height:43.0"

Contemporary Post-War Black Loveseat (#CON071)

Price:

In Stock

Contemporary Post-War Design gilt armless loveseat with Queen Anne English style legs and a shaped open form back frame with black upholstered seat and back (2- PRICED EACH)
Item #
CON071
Dimensions (in)
Width:
51.5"
Depth:
35.0"
Height:
43.0"
Style
Contemporary/Post-War Design American
Finish
Gilt / giltwood
Color
Black

Ash

Ash

A highly figured hardwood having a variety of shades from a grayish hue to deep brown. Used chiefly in structural concealed portions of furniture.

Queen Anne

Queen Anne

A period in English furniture design from 1702-1714, characterized by an adaptation of Baroque and the extensive use of the cabriole leg. Walnut was the dominant wood.

Ash

Ash

A highly figured hardwood having a variety of shades from a grayish hue to deep brown. Used chiefly in structural concealed portions of furniture.

Queen Anne

Queen Anne

A period in English furniture design from 1702-1714, characterized by an adaptation of Baroque and the extensive use of the cabriole leg. Walnut was the dominant wood.

Ash

Ash

A highly figured hardwood having a variety of shades from a grayish hue to deep brown. Used chiefly in structural concealed portions of furniture.

Queen Anne

Queen Anne

A period in English furniture design from 1702-1714, characterized by an adaptation of Baroque and the extensive use of the cabriole leg. Walnut was the dominant wood.

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