Large And Generous Shape 19th Century Antique Country House Drawing Room Sofa
This is a very fine example of a 19th fine country house drawing room antique sofa or settee. It is a generous shape with scroll arms and gently raised back. This sofa has coiled springs which dates it to post 1828, but the legs are a good fine Regency reeded design from an earlier period. This, combined with the good ground clearance and elegant lines, put this sofa in a category far above what would be considered normal for the period and it must have been made by one of the top makers of its time. Please ask for details of reupholstery and delivery options.
English circa 1860 £4,500
221cm / 87" wide
90cm / 35½" high
43cm / 17" high to seat
87cm / 34" deep
152cm / 60" wide inside seat
23" deep inside seat
19th century upholstered antique sofa
Good quality nineteenth century upholstered sofa with sprung seat, back and arms. This sofa stylised bolster shape arms and stands on interesting legs which are quite tall for the period. Although now beyond repair it is a rare treat for us to see the original fabric on a sofa of this age.
English circa 1860-1890 £850 as is
Length 70 inches
Depth 31 inches
Height 33 inches
Victorian antique sofa
Victorian period antique sofa with open arms and nice carved detail, this sofa has lived at least for the last few decades (and possibly since birth) in the billiard room of a large Cotswold manor house. English circa 1890 £1450
63" wide max
38 1/2" high max
30" deep max
24 deep at top of leg/base of frame.
Wonderful little sofa with indistinct stamp to casters (no, it does nt say Cope!) almost certainly made by Howard and Sons for retail by another maker. This is probably the most comfortable sofa that it is possible to find in this diminutive size, English c.1890
51.5" wide (at leg)
26 " deep (max)
22.5" tall to top of arm
Knowle antique sofa
Lovely large Knowle sofa with good strong frame and brass casters.
The Knowle sofa is one of the earliest designs of sofas that were actually comfortable. It has high sides to trap heat from the fire and the sides lower down on pieces of rope in order to vary the angle of the arms. A lowered arm allows you to see through the gap, allows ventilation and makes it more comfortable if sitting with feet on the sofa. Upholster restrained but chic for modern design space, or accessorise with sumptuous fabrics, scatter cushions, rope stays and tassles for the medieval look.
English circa 1900 £3,200
Price includes full reupholstery or take it as seen if you prefer.