Leather Chesterfield Sofa c.1900

£2,250.00
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Web ID: 37600 - 21

H: 78.5cm W: 180cm D: 96cm Seat Height: 43.5cm

An antique black leather chesterfield sofa with deep buttoned detailing and castors. 

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Design Spotlight | The Chesterfield

So named after the 19th Earl of Chesterfield, the Chesterfield sofa is typical of the Victorian emphasis on comfort. This was especially so in its earlier forms when the framework disappeared under a fat layer of well-sprung upholstery. Rosamond Mariott Watson in The Art of the House, 1897, described it as 'about as comely as a gigantic pincushion'. The models were smaller and more elegant after the turn of the century, making the Chesterfield one of the most popular and enduring sofas of all time, whether in leather, linen or velvet. Key features of the Chesterfield are scrolled arms, deep-buttoned upholstery, and short turned legs with castors.

Image: A tobacco-brown leather chesterfield sofa with buttoned back, arms and seat

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