Thursday, 5 May 2011
OK, it's a reproduction 'in the style of Hepplewhite' dining chair but it's still very old, probably late 1880's. It's stamped VII so is from a large dining set. Very generous proportions. Nicely worn with some great copper botch-repairs (see detail) adding very much to the charm. The seat is re-upholstered and is covered in a bright linen which I think is only partly successful so I'm likely to re-cover this and am happy to do so free for anyone who wants to buy it (and has some material).
This chair is for sale.
Posted by Mick Sheridan Upholstery at 12:02
A 1960's wicker bath chair that looks much like a satellite dish. Seat pad covered in tough wipe-clean cotton so you won't mind the kids sitting on it. Includes secret storage area for toys because kids love that don't they?
This chair is sold but I might be able to find you another if you're very keen.
Posted by Mick Sheridan Upholstery at 11:52