The gracious curves seen in these two arm chairs are reflective of Sweden's love of Rococo styling. Curved backs, cabriolet legs, turned spindles as stretchers and carved details all combine for a romantic look to each chair.
A fun find, this mid-century modern swivel arm chair is great for home or office. It features a padded high back and arms, rotating on a chrome base. The original black leather shows typical age related wear. Seat height: 18"
This attractive pair of arm chairs were crafted in the early to mid 1800's in China. The majority of the original finish has been worn away through generations of use, leaving a soft, smooth organic feel to the chairs. Note traditional curved and carved elements.
The 1940's era still lingers here and this handsome wingback chair invites one to sit back and relax. This vintage arm chair is in well-kept original condition and sits comfortably, snug within the traditional wing sides.
A kubbestol is a traditional Scandinavian chair made from a log. This one is scaled small, evidently made for a child. Every knot, crack, and sign of wear adds to the intriguing appeal of this hand-hewn stool. Seat height 14"
This original vintage office chair has very dark brown leather that almost looks black and is accented with chrome. The leather is in good used condition, showing more wear, scratches etc along the back where it likely rubbed against a wall.
The straight lines of this vintage leather club chair reveal the changing style happening in Denmark in the 1920's. You can literally "see" in this chair the period was transitioning from the former "turn of the century" style into what would soon become the "midcentury modern look"
Class and style combine in this lovely matching set of 4 side chairs and 2 arm chairs carved in the Rococo style. The painted white finish shows distress revealing generations of use which creates a nice contrast with the hardwood beneath.
There is a simple country charm to this set of 6 chairs as they originally graced the home of a Swedish farm back in the 1800's. The new paint has been lightly distressed exposing the natural pine which gives the dining set a wonderful time worn look.
Set of six antique Gustavian period dining chairs from Sweden, circa 1880. The 2 armchairs and 4 side chairs have been painted gray and lightly scraped creating a nice contrast with the darker wood beneath and accentuating the classic lines of the Gu
This wonderful set of twelve dining chairs exudes a graceful country charm. While likely from a Swedish farm house, these speak to a more upscale home with a touch of elegance due to the extra elements of carved details & the shapely curves of the back & cabriolet legs.
This set of 6 antique English dining chairs are made from solid mahogany and come with upholstered seats. The choice of wood, expensive for the period, and the carved back rail, splat and turned legs make this set rather unique.
The appeal of this stunning set of 10 dining chairs is in the craftsmanship and famous Biedermeier design. The yellow birch glows, enhanced by the gently curved backs and turned legs adding class and sophistication.
Class and style combine in this lovely set of six matching dining chairs from Sweden. They were painted white and given a gold trim which was the "style" in the early 1900's. The curved rococo lines of the back and cabriolet legs add a romantic touch to the set.
The classic lines bring sophistication to this set of 6 birch dining chairs. The turned legs and gently curved back splat add a touch of grace to the Swedish styling of these side chairs.
The original paint is chipped, worn and distressed, yet it this very "aging" that adds all the charm and carisma to this delightful set of four side chairs. Originally used in a Swedish country farmhouse, these simple chairs add a casual touch to today's busy home.
This pair of arm chairs are both refined and very comfortable, with stunning mahogany along the back, the large scrolled arms, classic cabriole legs and apron. The deep blue vintage striped upholstery can be easily re-upholstered.
This attractive pair of arm chairs were crafted in the early to mid 1800's in China. The majority of the original darker finish has been worn away through generations of use, leaving a soft, smooth organic feel to the chairs.
This handsome pair of chairs is ready to grace your home or office with both style and function. The hand carved oak arms, feet, and high back are traditional features of the Danish baroque period with a fruit basket on the top & striking barley twist stretchers.
Filled with curves and graceful lines, this pair of rococo style Swedish arm chairs are painted white with carved gold accents. The seats pop out, so they are very easy to re-upholster with a modern fabric.
This style of classic mahogany arm chairs were often seen in smoking salons in turn of the century Europe. The easy curves and carved arms and feet create a sense of refned taste and comfort, while allowing the beauty of the mahogany to stand out.
Pair of antique mahogany chairs from France circa 1840 with upholstered back and seat. The square back and scrolled arms give these chairs a sense of elegance and strength.
Pair of early 19th century mahogany arm chairs from France with upholstered seats and backs, circa 1825.
Pair of antique Danish armchairs with upholstered seats and inlay on the top rail, back splat and front apron...an elegant design with the curved back, tapered legs and the rolled arms.
This grand pair of antique upholstered Italian oak arm chairs are carved with remarkable details in relief. The back rest is covered with a number of carved motifs from ribbons, flowers and masks to a pair of human figures.
Pair of Antique Danish Armchairs, circa 1890 with upholstered seats and backs. They can be easily upholstered with a modern fabric to create a more "fresh" look if so desired.
Pair of carved antique Danish oak armchairs, circa 1890 with red upholstered seats and backs.
Notice the beautiful carved decorative front stretcher in these dark oak dining chairs from Denmark. Each of the camelback side chairs have vintage leather seats and backs that can be kept or updated with a new upholstery.
Pair of Antique Danish Oak Side Chairs, circa 1800-1840.
The simple classic lines and black columns add a refined touch to this handsome set of Biedermeier period loveseat, two arm chairs, coffee table and accent stool. The seats may easily be re-upholstered with modern fabric.
This single arm chair has both turned and carved stretchers, and still maintains its inviting vintage leather seat and back.
It is the new, contemporary upholstery of geometric circular patterns against the back and clean linen on the seat that creates a fresh, modern look while maintaining this chair's vintage roots. The arm chair reveals its traditional Danish baroque styling in carved elements.
This antique Danish arm chair from the late 1800's models the traditional baroque style with a heavily carved back, scrolled arms and paw feet. The upholstered back and seat with a vintage fabric can easily be changed if desired.
Antique Arm Chair with carved accents.