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An exceptional quality and stylish Regency figured mahogany antique desk chair in the style of Thomas Hope with Egyptian design influences. The broad curved back support features carved reeded design with carved scrolls to the rectangular shaped tapering armrests and decorative carved 'C' scroll arm supports

The chair has two hexagonal shaped tapering legs to the front terminating to carved tulip design. The broad chair seat has been reupholstered in black leather and finished with brass studs.

Seat height - 51 cm (20 inches)

Height - 99 cm (35 inches)
Width - 57 cm (22 ½ inches)
Depth - 57 cm ( 22 ½ inches)

Circa - 1815 - 1825

Born in 1769 in Amsterdam from Scottish heritage, Thomas Hope was an influential designer and collector who helped define the style of the Regency era. He was born in to a very wealthy family and inherited their art and furniture collection from a young age. At the age of eighteen Thomas travelled through Europe and Egypt and was influenced by Roman, Grecian and Egyptian design which were incorporated in to his interiors and furniture designs.


He settled in London in 1796 and purchased Deepdene in Surrey which he decorated in the Regency style

Delivery is included in the price for mainland UK. If you are interested in purchasing and are outside the UK mainland or in the Scottish Highlands please get in touch first for a shipping quote. If you are an overseas buyer please contact us with your address so we can provide you with an accurate shipping quote and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Small goods will be delivered within a couple of working days which are provided with a tracking number. Large items are delivered by a trustworthy carrier and we aim to deliver within two weeks of purchase but please allow three weeks.

We accept returns within 14 days providing the customer pays for the return and the item is in the same condition we sold it in and it is packaged well.

All items are provided with an invoice stating item description, age and price.

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