Pair of 19th century Rosewood Miles & Edwards open armchairs c1835

Pair of 19th century Rosewood Miles & Edwards open armchairs c1835

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A quality matched pair of 19th century open armchairs by Miles & Edwards. Constructed from nicely figured solid rosewood and raise on barley twist legs and show frame with the original brass casters. Structurally in solid order.

A fine pair of chairs of the utmost quality.

Like all our upholstered seating we do offer upholstery should you wish.

62cm wide
104cm high
80cm deep
42cm seat height

Henry Miles and John Edwards history.

The firm of Miles & Edwards were quality furniture makers and upholsterers. They began operation in 1822 at 134 Oxford Street, Westminster, London. Their clients included the British ambassador to Paris and the Empress of Russia. They also sold fabrics and accessories for upholstery and curtains. Charles Hindley & Sons bought out Miles & Edwards in 1844.

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