Pair of Anglo-Indian Rosewood Low Chairs – SOLDMid 19th century
A pair of British colonial low chairs made in rosewood with a beautiful carved ornate back with finials. The uprights with lotus-flower carving on the top and the base. The rail of the newly upholstered seat is scalloped with a carved shell motif at centre. The tapering front legs are carved with a flower at the top and terminate in a ring with a peg foot. The rear legs of square section are raked. This pair consist of a “male” and “female” chair, whereas the “male” chair is slightly bigger.
The chairs were found in Gujarat, 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. The rosewood, of a good quality has a dark shade with a striking grain.
The price quoted is for the pair of chairs.
British colonial India
H: 129 cm SH: 45 cm W: 61 cm D: 55 cm
H: 51” SH: 17½” W: 24” D: 21½”