A set of six oak Cotswold armchairs with spindle supports to the curved top rail, chamfered and shaped legs and dowelled stretchers, with original leather seats, designed and made by Arthur Romney Green, circa 1920. 72cm (28.5in) high, 58cm (22in) max wide. Arthur Romney Green (1872 - 1945). Ambrose Heal had a version of this Romney Green chair in his own home. See : Oliver S Heal. Sir Ambrose Heal & The Heal Cabinet Factory. TWO SOLD
These may be purchased as a set, individually or in pairs.
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