A British colonial library chair with hand caned seat and back. The front legs are hand turned while the rear legs are shorter and lightly raked. A wide slightly inclined seat and a curved back rest makes it extremely comfortable to be in for longer periods. The armrests are extensive and ergonomically curved. Each arm has 5 elegant spindle supports. It is a good chair to read in or watch a sunset.
24" x 31" x 34" [W x D x H]
This piece is in good condition. The front turned legs have been replaced with identical new ones in salvaged teak wood.
Besides the new front legs, this piece is finished with satin matte enamel and wax. The cane weave is a '7 step' pattern using high quality cane from Assam. The front legs can be fitted with brass castors for easy movement of the chair.