Renaissance Revival "Victorian" Upholstered Parlor Chair



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Renaissance Revival "Victorian" Upholstered Parlor Chair

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Renaissance Revival "Victorian" Upholstered Parlor Chair
ca. 1860-1880

Content Description: 

Chair, Dining. Parlor Chair. A "lady's chair." Style is clearly and almost entirely Renaissance Revival with modern reproduction "Victorian" cover cloth on seat, and back, all trimmed with reproduction tape at edges. Trumpet-turned front legs, each on metal casters (missing 2 castors on back legs). Shaped, single piece rear legs and stiles. Seat round in profile and fully upholstered. Shaped and incised arm rests rise in an arc, then straight up to upholstered arm rests, carved head ornament is at front. Seat rail has raised veneered panel in front. Stiles have channel-molding and end in simple rosettes with incised and shaped machine carved ornaments at top outside ends. Crest rail has carved and incised curvilinear and circular ornaments in center top.

Physical Description: 

H: 38 1/2" W: 24" D: 31 1/2"

500 S Bronough St,Florida,Tallahassee,32399