This delightful American upholstered butterfly wing armchair in the Federal style exhibit clean and petite lines. Covered in striped fabric, the bow front seat with a matching cushion, the turned and spiral fluted legs with hipped surmounts carved with a fleur-de-lys. In superb condition sturdy and strong with only minor surface wear. Upholstery with minor staining to back side. This sturdy and comfortable chair is perfectly suited for lounging in the living room, or accent piece in a master bedroom or in the sunroom.
Place of Origin: United States
Date of Manufacture: 1960-1969
Period: 20th Century
Materials and Techniques: Wood, Upholstery
Condition: In superb condition sturdy and strong with only minor surface wear. Upholstery with minor staining to back side.
Measurements: 43″ tall x 21″ deep x 26″ wide x 18″ H to seat
The three decades that followed the formation of the United States are referred to as the Federal era in recognition of the early development of the national government. The style of houses and furnishings created during this period was heavily influenced by the Neoclassical designs favored in Great Britain since the 1760s, which stemmed from a renewed interest in classical Greece and Rome.