The current Brocket Hall, located in Hertfordshire (England) was the third manor home built on the land, with the very first one dating back to 1239. Designed by Sir James Paine, the house changed hands a host of times and is now a Michelin-rated upscale restaurant.
Built from red brick in the neoclassical style, the Brocket chair resembles its namesake. Seen here in Giotto Brandy leather, the high back of this piece is reminiscent of the tall centre of Brockett Hall. At the seat broadens out, it also resembles the Hall with its broad and encompassing red brick wings. read more
With distinguished details of hand-covered buttons to the back and arms, the piece has a gently-raised padded seat for extra comfort. There are also hand-carved arm tips and five-point mahogany, French-polished legs and brass-polished nails and castors.
An outstanding example of a hand-crafted piece of fine furniture, this chair would look at home anywhere. Shown here in Deluxe Giotto Brandy, the standard configuration for the item is bronze renaissance studs, mahogany stain, and buttoned back and inside arm.