Pair of Anglo-Indian Club ChairsLate 19th century
A comfortable pair of British colonial upholstered Chesterfield style club-chairs. The broad roll of the arms slightly curve out, the back with a serpentine form of the top. The chairs which have a rosewood frame stand on carved cabriole legs ending in paw feet.
The chairs were found in Calcutta, India and made during the colonial era.
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 and fresh upholstery in a light grey 100% cotton..
British colonial India
H: 106 cm W: 90 cm D: 75 cm
H: 41“ W: 35½” D: 29½“