Anglo-Indian Teakwood Revolving Desk ChairLate 19th century
A British colonial office chair in teakwood with an arched crest back rail above a pierced splat in the middle. Under the arms turned baluster uprights. The chair still has its original revolving mechanism, which allows it to revolve around its base. This base rests on four cabriole legs. The seat is newly caned.
British colonial India
H: 63 cm W: 87 cm D: 64 cm Seat H:45 cm
H: 25” W: 34½” D: 25” Seat H: 17½”