Fine English early 19th Century Regency Period arm-chair in Cuban mahogany embellished with applied brass moldings, having a molded “U”-shaped rail which has a scrolled back-rest, supported by eight columnar turned fluted spindles that are lined with brass and fitted with a conforming brass-molded seat rail, terminating with scrolled fluted grips split by brass beading continuing over curved supports
blocked with flutes at the seat. A caned “D”-shaped molded seat which overhangs a molded seat-rail, is embellished with a cock-beaded brass molding, and supported on two front columnar turned fluted legs lined with brass like the spindles, and two blocked flared rear legs.
Each columnar spindle has an annulated shaft with four brass-lined flutes, and an annulated capital. Each front leg is similar, having an annulated shaft with seven brass-lined flutes, and an annulated capital, on a peg foot.
Dating is c. 1810-1820. Good overall condition with a warm older reddish-brown finish.
Measures 30 ½" tall and 23 ½" wide across the arms; the seat is 17 ½" tall.