This is an absolutely stunning bespoke new leather 'Gainsborough chair' in a beautiful buckskin colour, hand-made in England with materials of the finest quality.
Height is adjustable with swivel/tilt mechanism.
‘Buckskin' is an aniline-finished leather that is tanned to ensure a pleasing distressed or ‘aged' finish from new. Extra fat liquors are applied during tanning to give the leather a slightly waxy feel. These leathers are designed to allow the natural marking variations of the leather to show through to the finish coat.
Pull-up leathers do not have a consistent colour density across the whole hide and are designed to change colour and sheen when pulled or stretched. They are not as colour fast as pigmented hides and are designed to allow furniture to age and relax through use and over time. Evidence of marks and scarring will be seen through the surface finish.
The studding is achieved with close individual nails / studs not by using strips, and each nail is individually hammered in by hand.
The show wood on the swivel chairs is solid mahogany and the frames are made from solid beech, so we only use hardwoods.
Seats have individual double cone hand springing, each spring is hand sewn to the beechwood frame. The filling is canvas, fibre and felt.
The effect can be very pleasing although bear in mind that this hand-dyed leather can fade in direct sunlight.
Handmade English furniture of this quality can last for generations if well-cared for.
Available in other colours upon request.
Bespoke orders and wholesale enquiries welcome.
In excellent condition, please see photos for confirmation.
Dimensions in cm:
Height 111 x Width 60 x Depth 70
Height 56-Seat height
Dimensions in inches:
Height 3 foot, 8 inches x Width 2 feet x Depth 2 foot, 4 inches
Height 1 foot, 10 inches-Seat height
Our reference: 05071d
(also known as aMartha Washington chairin theUnited States) is a type ofarmchairmade inEnglandin the eighteenth century. The chair was wide, with a high back, open sides and short arms, and was normally upholstered inleather. Contemporaries referred to it as a 'French chair', as the most elaborate styles were based on FrenchRococochairs from theLouis XVperiod.
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