A long couch dating from the late 17th century, similar to a sofa with arms at either end. Unlike the upholstered sofa, however, the settee usually has a shaped wooden splat back, similar to dining chairs. In Australia, any small couch is sometimes known as a settee.
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A 19th century Biedermeier flame mahogany settee, with mildly concave back rail, carved swan head scroll arm terminals supporting the show timber curved arms, wide plain bottom rail, supported on lion's paw feet and legs, restrained leaf carved detail, the
Biedermeier settee, with wooden frame, the seat, back and sides upholstered in green and ivory striped fabric with green embroided trimming, set on four legs with two extra supports (A/F). Height 93 cm. Width 190 cm. Depth 66 cm
An Austrian Biedermeier cherry and upholstered settee, circa 1830, the curved back with exposed cherrywood cross-banding above a padded back and out curved arms with ebonised spreading supports above an over-stuffed seat with additional cushion (not shown)
An early 19th century Biedermeier cherry wood veneered sofa, of architectural form with a central triangular pediment above a shaped back flanked by a pair of urns above a padded back and seat, curved arms raised on doric pilasters and raised on block feet
An Austrian Biedermeier walnut and upholstered sofa, the curved top rail with a central inlaid figure of a winged putto painting, down swept arms, over an over sprung seat, plain rail and raised on square legs. Width 134 cm .
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