Regency Style Gilt Lacquer Ring Back Armchairs with Gold Seats

(#062488)

PAIR of English Regency style (Mid 20th Cent) black lacquer & gilt arm chairs with pierced backs having concentric circle design & painted floral center panel with gold satin upholstery supported on faux bamboo splayed legs.
Item #
062488
Category
Furniture
Seating
Arm Chairs
Style
English Regency
Color
Black, Gold
Dimensions (in)
Width:23.5"
Depth:23.0"
Height:35.0"
Seat Height:19.0"
Price:

In Stock

Regency Style Gilt Lacquer Ring Back Armchairs with Gold Seats

Price

#062488

In Stock

PAIR of English Regency style (Mid 20th Cent) black lacquer & gilt arm chairs with pierced backs having concentric circle design & painted floral center panel with gold satin upholstery supported on faux bamboo splayed legs.
Item #
062488
Category
Furniture
Seating
Arm Chairs
Style
English Regency
Color
Black, Gold
Dimensions (in)
Width:23.5"
Depth:23.0"
Height:35.0"
Seat Height:19.0"

Regency Style Gilt Lacquer Ring Back Armchairs with Gold Seats (#062488)

Price:

In Stock

PAIR of English Regency style (Mid 20th Cent) black lacquer & gilt arm chairs with pierced backs having concentric circle design & painted floral center panel with gold satin upholstery supported on faux bamboo splayed legs.
Item #
062488
Dimensions (in)
Width:
23.5"
Depth:
23.0"
Seat/Height:
19.0"
Height:
35.0"
Style
English Regency
Color
Black, Gold
Regency English

Regency English

Period of severe neoclassicism from 1810-1820 influenced by the French Empire.

Black Forest

Black Forest

Furniture carved in and around Bern, Switzerland during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, commonly identified by its use of carved bears and other creatures of the forest, such as deer and birds. Bear furniture originally began as a hobby for the Swiss family of cabinetmakers and wood-carvers named Trauffer. The linden tree was preferred for most furniture as it is easy to carve, but walnut was also widely used.

Tie-backs

Tie-backs

Bands of decorative fabric to hold back curtains or draperies to each side of a window. Also ornamental bands or knobs of metal, wood, glass, or plastic used for the same purpose.

Lacquer

Lacquer

Oriental varnish obtained from the sap of the lacquer tree. Gave a high-gloss finish to furniture in Europe in the 17th century. Mother-of-pearl, coral, and metals were often inlaid in the lacquer to create a decorative effect.

Banister-back chair

Banister-back chair

A late 17th-century American chair with the back consisting of perpendicular turned spindles.

Regency English

Regency English

Period of severe neoclassicism from 1810-1820 influenced by the French Empire.

Black Forest

Black Forest

Furniture carved in and around Bern, Switzerland during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, commonly identified by its use of carved bears and other creatures of the forest, such as deer and birds. Bear furniture originally began as a hobby for the Swiss family of cabinetmakers and wood-carvers named Trauffer. The linden tree was preferred for most furniture as it is easy to carve, but walnut was also widely used.

Tie-backs

Tie-backs

Bands of decorative fabric to hold back curtains or draperies to each side of a window. Also ornamental bands or knobs of metal, wood, glass, or plastic used for the same purpose.

Lacquer

Lacquer

Oriental varnish obtained from the sap of the lacquer tree. Gave a high-gloss finish to furniture in Europe in the 17th century. Mother-of-pearl, coral, and metals were often inlaid in the lacquer to create a decorative effect.

Banister-back chair

Banister-back chair

A late 17th-century American chair with the back consisting of perpendicular turned spindles.

Regency English

Regency English

Period of severe neoclassicism from 1810-1820 influenced by the French Empire.

Black Forest

Black Forest

Furniture carved in and around Bern, Switzerland during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, commonly identified by its use of carved bears and other creatures of the forest, such as deer and birds. Bear furniture originally began as a hobby for the Swiss family of cabinetmakers and wood-carvers named Trauffer. The linden tree was preferred for most furniture as it is easy to carve, but walnut was also widely used.

Tie-backs

Tie-backs

Bands of decorative fabric to hold back curtains or draperies to each side of a window. Also ornamental bands or knobs of metal, wood, glass, or plastic used for the same purpose.

Lacquer

Lacquer

Oriental varnish obtained from the sap of the lacquer tree. Gave a high-gloss finish to furniture in Europe in the 17th century. Mother-of-pearl, coral, and metals were often inlaid in the lacquer to create a decorative effect.

Banister-back chair

Banister-back chair

A late 17th-century American chair with the back consisting of perpendicular turned spindles.

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