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A GEORGE IV OAK AND BROWN-OAK OPEN ARMCHAIR ATTRIBUTED TO GILLOWS

FRANK LLOYD WRIGHT An Oak Reclining Armchair, designed for the William E. Martin House, Oak Park, Illinois, circa 1902

American armchair, 1785–1800, mahogany, oak rails, 37 7/8 by 23¼ by 20½ inches. Promised gift of George M. and Linda H. Kaufman.

Oak chair made by Charles Rohlfs, 1898-99

Armchair. Copenhagen. Designed by M. Voltelen for Rud Rasmussen, Denmark. 1930's. Oak and natural leather. @designerwallace

The best thing about this chair could be its availability. Unlike most of the furniture on this page this chair comes in several versions and is reasonably priced. It's called the butterfly chair.

Side Chair, 1870 / Edward Welby Pugin / Stained oak, ebony, and brass / at the Met

Armchair Antoni Gaudí i Cornet  (Spanish, 1852–1926) Date: ca. 1902–4 Medium: Walnut

Yoruba Beaded Chairs /// For more interior POP! go to Interiorator.com - transmitting tomorrow's trends today. www.interiorator.com

Purple Velvet Armchair- I seriously just had a heart attack (but a good one...) this is gorgeous!