Early 19th Century English Regency Mahogany Tub Chair Armchair


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Early 19th Century English Regency mahogany armchair in the Manner of George Smith (Born in 1786). George Smith was a celebrated furniture designer during the Regency Period. His designs and exceptional craftsmanship still influence the brand today!

Regency period furniture is classic, elegant, and timeless. It is characterized as having beautiful shapes, fine quality materials, and is often embellished with intricate carving and decorations. This armchair checks all the boxes. It is made entirely of mahogany. It has excellent carvings of winged fierce lions, monopodia legs terminating in claw feet, all with exquisite design and details. This type of armchair can be considered a tub chair due to having a semicircular form that appears as a single upholstered piece. It was reupholstered with a traditional ‘reddish’ fabric with the inside of the back tufted with buttons for added plushness. In addition to being comfortable and sturdy, the exquisite and dramatic carvings make this chair a statement of greatness in any room.

Chair H= 39 in. W= 32 in. D= 28 in. Weight: 100 lbs.

Seat H= 18 in. W=25 in. D= 21 in. Arm H= 31 in.

Additional information

Weight 100 lbs
Dimensions L 28 x W 34 x H 39 in
Style / Period


Year / Century

Early 19th Century

Place of Origin



Mahogany / Upholstery

Additional Dimensions

Seat H= 18 in. W=25 in. D= 21 in. Arm H= 31 in.


Rich patina and original varnish. Casters were added to the front legs to facilitate moving the chair forward and backward due to the weight. The casters roll smoothly. Some minor nicks and scratches. Sturdy and heavy at 100 lbs.

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