Biedermeier Empire Swedish Sofa French Polish Finish Art Deco Curved Arms

£3.350,00

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This extremely rare Swedish antique Biedermeier sofa came we understand from Engelsberg herregarde (manor) in Sweden, 19th century. It’s a very fine example of the Biedermeier style and has top grade quilted birch veneers finished in the sought after honey color French polish that brings out the visual movement in the wood. It has a lovely Greco Roman feel to it with the swooping arms and a fully sprung seat for added comfort. The sofa back unusually has cushions rather than a webbed back. The sofa will be repolished prior to shipping to remove any major flaws but we always leave some of the 'life' the sofa has acquired when we repolish as otherwise it will lose its feeling. The item will ship in the original fabric ready for you to reupholster as fabric has marks of wear and tear or we can reupholster for you for an extra cost in any fabric or leather you provide. SwedishInteriorDesign.co.uk has been the leading specialist expert in top quality Swedish Mora clocks, Gustavian, Biedermeier and Art deco antiques since 2005 and have built up a worldwide reputation for our pieces with coverage in a huge number of international design and antiques magazines and websites. We ship worldwide so ask us for a quote.

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Quantity:
1
Period:
19th century (1800-1899)
Place of origin:
Sweden
Style:
Biedermeier
Dimensions (cm):
90H x 190W x 70D
Dimensions (inch):
35,43H x 74,80W x 27,56D
Creator / Artist:
Material:
Birch wood
Condition:
Good; Sofa will be repolished for you prior to shipping and ships in the original fabric ready for you to reupholster. We can reupholster for you for an extra cost.
Inventory ID:
sf36
Payment options:
Credit card,
Debit card
Shipping options:
International - YES
Shipping regions:
Worldwide

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