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21st October 2009
Chesterfield wing chairs are iconic pieces of English heritage, walk around any stately home or manor house in England and you’ll see these distinctive styles of leather wing chairs taking pride of place. Utterly timeless in their design, wing chairs are just as popular as they were 200 years ago, having recently become in demand throughout Western Europe and the USA.
Every authentic wing chair is made by experienced craftsmen using the finest hardwood for the frame and legs, constructed using traditional methods, which is adorned with the finest full hide leather chosen for its consistent thickness and texture, and applied by hand by professional leatherworkers.
A traditional style of chair, they have an instantly recognisable design from the tall legs, imposing back and winged arms, all adding to the elgance and luxury a wing chair exudes. Within our range of authentic leather wing chairs, you will find those boasting all the typical Chesterfield features with buttoning, studding and pleating like the Queen Anne Wing Chair to those with more contemporary designs with minimal fuss and smooth finishes like the Cavendish Wing Chair.
Regardless of the style you choose, you can be assured that each of our wing chairs will look equally beautiful in any setting, whether it’s for a cosy study, contemporary living room or executive office. Remember, all Chesterfield wing chairs are fully customisable from the type and colour of leather to the amount of buttoning, studding and piping detail.
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