Origin: American Period: Early 20thC Provenance: Unknown Date: c.1910-1920 The Sofa: 55” wide x 33” deep x 31” high or 21” at seat The Armchairs: 31.5” wide x 33” deep x 31” high or 21” at seat
Of compact proportions the early twentieth century three piece walnut suite comprising of a sofa and two armchairs in a luxe blue steel coloured velvet with fringing, on solid walnut carcasses, each being of low slung form, with deep backs, scrolled barrel arms to shell and acanthus carved friezes and walnut feet, and surviving from the first quarter of twentieth century America.
This very snug suite has been restored and the upholstery is fresh with the joints of the carcasses tightened and the walnut polished. The suite is therefore presented in immaculate condition, ready to use.
This suite would have been crafted in America during the the Traditional Revival period which marked a revival of earlier periods, primarily the Colonial and Federal periods, brought back by popular demand.
A beautiful and very comfortable suite that would work in a tighter space; and a perfect one for self-isolation with the family.