Learn about Office Chair

A term that came into use in the early 1900s to describe a chair usually with a curved back supported by spindles, and with a revolving caned, leather or solid wooden seat, that had a screw adjustable height. Some also incorporated a tilt mechanism, but the height and tilt adjustment mechanisms were primitive by today's standard.

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A spade back cedar library chair with black leather upholstery and scroll arms, c1840

A carved walnut metamorphic library step chair, 107 cm high, 38 cm wide, 40 cm deep

Victorian buttoned library armchair, finely carved with scrolled floral and foliage back, arms and front legs, 69 cm wide, 105 cm high

A Victorian mahogany library chair with brown velvet upholstery, circa 1830

A Regency revival mahogany cane sided library chair with green velvet upholstery, circa 1890

A studded leather upholstered walnut desk chair, 20th century

Oak swivel desk chair, with leather upholstery

Quality leather upholstered executive office chair, deep buttoned

Antique early 19th century Regency library chair, deep buttoned red leather upholstery, lyre shaped arm supports, standing on turned fluted legs

A superior quality ladies rosewood desk chair having William IV influence on fine cabriole front legs 80 cm high, 44 cm wide x 50 cm deep

A late nineteenth century cedar gentleman's desk/office swivel chair. Original untouched finish 68 cm high, 62 cm wide x 57 cm deep

A French restoration period flame mahogany library chair.

An Arts & Crafts oak metamorphic library chair. Height 90 cm

Victorian leather upholstered walnut library armchair 3rd quarter 19th century. The rectangular upholstered back with padded arms raised on spiral-turned supports, the bow fronted seat raised on similarly turned legs ending in brass feet with castors. Ex.

A cedar metamorphic library chair, Australian, circa 1890

A French late 19th century walnut desk chair with red upholstery on turned legs

A pair of George III mahogany Gainsborough library chairs, circa 1770, with shaped crest above a rectangular back, downswept arms, raised on square legs joined by stretchers, upholstered in later heraldic fabric, cream shield shaped emblems amidst foliate

A mahogany Regency style pedestal desk with an inset leather top of serpentine outline, with a matching chair. 71 cm high, 116 cm wide, 56 cm deep

A Regency style metamorphic library chair with scrolled arms

French style walnut and marquetry desk and associated chair. Width of desk 108 cm

An Edwardian oak tub-shape desk chair with curved rail and turned spindle backrest; wool needlework seat

A Regency style Chinoiserie desk with bird and floral hand painted decoration plus matching chair eleven drawers and two hidden doors

An oak library chair, English circa 1825, upholstered in stripped fabric and supported in turned front legs, 102 cm high

A George IV library chair, English, 19th century, 100 cm high