This listing is for an original oak Arts and Crafts era recliner chair (circa 1910)
A beautiful original period seat which still retains its original cushions, filling and fabric which I think is a Wm. Morris design. The back seat can be adjusted in three ways from upright to a relaxed recliner position by altering the wooden pole into the alternative slots. The back can also lie flat on the seat base for easy transportation.
This structurally sound piece of ‘Arts and Crafts Movement ‘furniture has decorative side panels and beautiful tactile armrests. There is no major damage present but does have a few areas which will need attention (see Condition below)
The cushion fabric is original with the back rest still retains all 12 of its fabric covered buttons which are firmly in place, the seat is also firmly upholstered and in wonderful condition.
CONDITION: The base has only one wooden support in the centre and I assume there should be more but not since I have had it. There is a ply base at the moment which fits the seat frame snugly; this however makes it quite firm. I believe the back adjusting pole may have had some kind of stoppers but not sure.
This is for uplift only.