This charming Georgian turned-corner chair makes the perfect accent to small spaces and awkward corners. I've always thought this chair has a New England sea faring captain vibe to it. The mahogany frame features lovely beaded and turned back, brass casters for ease of mobility, and is of solid wood construction. The Marlborough legs are graceful, yet simple. The seat is in crushed citron velvet which is most likely original. The seat sits into a channel within the frame making for an easy re-upholstery job if so desired. The arm has lost one of its volutes, but it could be restored using the other as a template. The pricing currently reflects this, and will be updated upon repair.

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17.5ʺW × 17.5ʺD × 32ʺH


Late 18th Century

Condition Notes

Break at volute of left arm. Piece is missing, but can be duplicated using the right arm as a template.

Crushed velvet, vivid seat is unaltered and reflects appropriate age and wear, less



Place of Origin

Western Europe


Brass, Mahogany, Velvet

Seat Height

17.0 inches

Seat Interior Depth

16.5 inches

Seat Interior Width

16.5 inches