Early 20th Century Bridgewater Style Armchair by William Birch. Upholstery Inclusive.
Superb Quality Howard and Son bridgwater style armchair by William Birch of High Wycombe. Circa 1910-1920.
Of excellent shape and good large size proportions. Horse hair filled sprung back and seat with feather cushions. Incredibly comfortable.
The oak frame is raised on tapered mahogany legs with brass castors. Makers stamp to back leg.
In excellent order.
Width 81cm, Depth 110cm, Height 86cm. Floor to seat 46cm. Depth of seat 69cm.
Price to include full re-upholstery (fabric not included in price) please see our range on the fabric page, or tell us your requirements and we will find the perfect match. Please contact us for further details.
William Birch was an furniture designer who specialised in chair making. His High Wycombe furniture factories were a major supplier of furniture for Liberty and Co in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.