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Arts and Crafts Armchair

980.00
Arts and Crafts oak armchair, Goodyers of Regent Street
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Arts and Crafts oak armchair, Goodyers of Regent Street
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Arts and Crafts Armchair

980.00

An unusual Arts and Crafts oak armchair, attributed to Goodyers of Regent Street, c 1900. Made of oak, heart and club motif piercings to the sides and back, drop in leather seat. In very good condition, tan leather upholstery.

Goodyer, a former partner in Liberty and Co, founded the Aesthetic Gallery in Regent Street in 1889, retailing goods by Voysey and other designers.

Dimensions: H86cm, W58cm, D56cm

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An unusual Arts and Crafts oak armchair, attributed to Goodyers of Regent Street, c 1900. Made of oak, heart and club motif piercings to the sides and back, drop in leather seat. In very good condition, tan leather upholstery.

Goodyer, a former partner in Liberty and Co, founded the Aesthetic Gallery in Regent Street in 1889, retailing goods by Voysey and other designers.

Dimensions: H86cm, W58cm, D56cm