Antique Furniture from the U.K. –
Cart 0
Victorian Chippendale Revival Elbow Chair, c.1890 - London Fine Antiques

Victorian Chippendale Revival Elbow Chair, c.1890

Our Stock # LFA-1285

This is a late Victorian, English, Chippendale revival armchair dating to c.1890.

Raised upon swept rear and cabriole front legs with foliate carved knees tapering down into well executed claw and ball feet, this chair is constructed in solid mahogany with good colour and a beautifully aged patina.

The classic 'ribbon', pierced back splat features a subtle pair of floral rosettes, sits neatly in the shoe and rises up to the serpentine crest rail that features carved detail to the sides flanking a central foliate motif.

The arms are supported by swan neck risers and terminate with carved scrolls. The drop in seat is currently covered in a leather substitute but could be easily recovered to suit.

Solid joints, delivered waxed, polished and ready for the home.

Max Width: 63cm (24.75'')
Max Depth: 57cm (22.5'')
Max Height: 105cm (41.25'')

Seat Width: 51cm (20'')
Seat Depth: 43cm (17'')
Seat Height: 48.5cm (19'')




Share this Product


Delivery to most of mainland Britain is FREE, please let us know your post code and we will be able to confirm this. Wherever possible we use our own vehicles for a fully blanketed delivery service. Clients with unusual access requirements such as central London penthouses, or items which require specialist assembly or installation can be assured that we take care of every detail of the delivery.

Highlands & Islands – Please contact us so we can get the best possible service and cost for you.

We export internationally on a regular basis and you can rest assured the packing is appropriate and the paperwork in order. We offer a prompt and economical worldwide service, please contact us so we can get the best possible service and cost for you. For International Trade Clients who wish to purchase English antiques in bulk we are able to arrange full container sourcing and shipping services.

More from this collection

Get in touch