Asian Style Aesthetic Movement Ebonized Slipper Chair


Interesting black lacquered or ebonized slipper chair constructed late 19th century in the Asian style aesthetic movement taste. From the Anglo-Japanese or Japonisme influences on Western Europe. This chair has been painted to emulate a parcel gilt finish with intricate Asian style designs carved into the frame. Newly upholstered in a linen fabric with a double Walt border. Unique style from an estate in Bel Air, CA.

Dimensions: 18"w x 17"d x 26"h, Seat 14"h

Circa: Late 19th/Early 20th Century, England

Materials: Wood, Lacquer, Linen

Condition: Distressed, minor wear consistent with age and use. Good joinery with an aged patina. Age appropriate wear and fading with old repairs and new upholstery.

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