Two Anglo-Indian Rosewood Armchairs – SOLDMid 19th century
Two British colonial upholstered armchairs made from rosewood. They both are unique and non-identical; with a carved back rest, a serpentine shaped apron and cabriole front legs. The chairs have been newly upholstered. Both the seat heights are around 12”.
The chairs were found in Bombay and made during the colonial era in India.
The chairs are in good condition and have been lovingly restored and finished to its former glory using a traditional form of French polishing and waxing. The rosewood has a rich dark shade with a striking grain.
The price quoted is for the two chairs. Please send an inquiry in case you just want to buy one of the two.Bombay
British colonial India
H: 93 cm W: 69 cm D: 80 cm
H: 36½” W: 27” D: 31½”