The sofa stands on a solid teak frame with original blue fabric cushions. Very comfortable with all mechanisms working fine. As you can see a superb example of mid century furniture. We will describe any serious imperfections.
The sofa stands on a shaped solid teak frame with paterned upholstery. As you can see a superb example of mid century furniture. We will describe any serious imperfections. Feel free to collect from Aston in Birmingham.
A Superb quality early 19th century Liberty covered Sofa, musty red wine colour with fleur-De-Lis embossing, The Legend. The English translation of "fleur-de-lis" (sometimes spelled "fleur-de-lys") is "flower of the lily.".
We will describe any serious imperfections. As you can see a superb example of mid century furniture. The sofa stands on wheels/castors with a solid beech frame and upholstered in its original fabric and brown wrexine trim.
An attractive Parker Knoll style sofa for reupholstery. We date this sofa to the 1960/70s. The sofa sits on cabriole legs at the front and oblong section legs to the rear. The armrests continue straight up from the front and continue back to join the wing back backrest. The backrest slopes slightly backward and has been well padded and sprung. The deep seat base is well padded with two loose cushions. The sofa has been upholstered in a brown velour material with lighter patterned seat cushions. The material is showing some signs of wear including some marks, scuffs and mellowing to the material, primarily to the armrests. The sofa has a height of 38.5" (98cm), an overall width of 54" (137cm) and an overall depth of 33" (84cm).