Learn about Library Chair

An easy chair, usually with a somewhat reclining back and open arms. Some versions were made with detachable book and feet rests. Also of interest are metamorphic chairs, a chair which opened up to become a set of library steps. These are quite rare and keenly sought because of their dual function, when they come onto the market.
13 item(s) found:

These items are not for sale and the descriptions, images and prices are for reference purposes only.

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

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

A cedar metamorphic library chair, Australian, circa 1890

Antique metamorphic library chair, 88 cm tall, with fold out steps

A Regency style metamorphic library chair with scrolled arms

An Edwardian mahogany metamorphic library step chair

A Regency style mahogany metamorphic library armchair 86 cm high, 62 cm wide

A late 19th century oak metamorphic library chair, the back folding over to reveal steps.

A set of Victorian mahogany metamorphic library steps in the form of a hall seat, the hinged body folding to form three steps.

A fine set of Regency mahogany metamorphic library chair steps, English circa 1820

George IV metamorphic library chair - folds open to make three tier steps

A Regency style mahogany metamorphic library armchair, the back folding over to reveal four steps