Wingback Chair

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Chatsworth Fine Furniture

Wing Back Chair

Timeless and modern, dramatic and refined, elegant and majestic – the wingback chair has stood strong on its cabriole legs for hundreds of years. Wingback chairs were first seen in front of fireplaces during the 1600s in England and then across Europe in the 1700s. They are named for the part of the frame that extends from the arm and joins the back at a 90-degree or wider angle. The resulting wing shape was used to shield the body from the heat of the open fire, This is said to help protect a woman’s complexion.

Constructed from European Beech

upholstered using traditional techniques including an ever so comfortable feather cushion 

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