This is a delightful Regency revival satinwood Bergere armchair with very pretty hand painted detail dating from around 1910. The chair is in excellent condition with no damage or repairs and remarkably has all its original canework in complete undamaged condition. This has a truly delightful central cartouche with hand painted cherubs in lovely colours as well as pretty birds to the lower back, with floral borders and classical Regency hand painted motifs throughout the piece. The polychrome paintwork is again complete and in excellent original condition.
The chair has a good wide seat and hand made padded cushion with lattice design fabric. The attractive frame has a elegant turned design with a great colour and patina. The chair is raised on its original brass castors. A truly excellent example with great charm.
This is a good size and very imposing at 1 metre high by 68 cms wide by 50 cms deep. The seat height is 40 cms and it is 60 cms wide between the arms and 50 cms deep. From the London residence of Lewis & Hylda Gilbert Sheldrake Place Kensington. Film Producer and Screewnwriter Lewis Gilbert was best known for 007 movies Moonraker, You only live twice and the Spy who loved me as well as Alfie, Educating Rita & Shirley Valentine. You are most welcome to call and collect from.
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The seller is "keith1039" and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped to United Kingdom.