A fine mahogany, satinwood and walnut burl veneered dining chair, the arched back with a finely veneered arched top rail between reeded uprights and above a padded back and bowed seat, on reeded square tapering legs with spade feet. Inspired by an 18th century original by Thomas Sheraton.
Collection Features Thomas Sheraton is closely linked to the popularization of satinwood in England. His designs exemplify elegant late Georgian furniture of exceptional quality and excellent proportions. Satinwood was the most highly valued wood of the latter part of the 18th century, a period closely associated with George III. Indeed the furniture period of the latter part of the 18th century in England is often dubbed the 'Age of Satinwood'.
Material: Mahogany; Satinwood Veneer