Pair of George IV Tan Leather Armchairs


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Product Description

Circa 1830, pair of mahogany and leather upholstered club armchairs, in the manner of Thomas Colquhoun of Glasgow. With arched tops finishing with a C scroll, the generous moulded frame has a deep buttoned back and seat upholstered in a light brown/tan leather. The arms are upholstered in matching leather and held in place by scrolling supports, with a carved apron beneath the seat and sides, simulating a beaded edge. With outswept back legs finishing on scrolling metal feet (allowing the chairs to move with ease). The front legs are well carved with foliate designs, c-scrolling and finish on a hairy paw foot.

In the manner of Thomas Colquhoun, cabinetmakers and upholsterers (listed at St Vincent St, Glasgow from 1847).




  • Size 115 cm high x 68 cm wide x 70 cm deep