Victorian Sofa / Antique Settee
Elegant antique settee upholstered with deep diamond-tufting in a French silk moiré is one of several Victorian sofas advertised in a c1900 catalog. These settees are big, well-designed and sturdily built with solidly constructed birch-mahogany frames. An antique settee is a valued piece of furniture for collectors, more so if still covered in its original silk upholstery. Such a beautifully designed antique settee of high quality workmanship and materials is a great addition to any Victorian home.
This antique settee that is strongly made and very comfortable to sit in. It is a fine, big, well-designed, sturdily built antique settee with a solidly constructed birch-mahogany frame. The antique settee seat is of steel spring construction. The back is nicely upholstered in a covering of fine quality silk-finished tapestry with silk plush bands.
This elegant antique settee with a very shapely design is covered in a French silk moiré which was available in several colors: two shades of green, rose or champagne. The frame is of selected birch mahogany with a highly polished finish.
This is a very cozy antique settee with a very shapely design. The frame is of selected birch mahogany with a highly polished finish. It has a deep spring seat and is upholstered in a colorful French silk. This antique settee originally sold for $12.90.
This exceptionally fine-looking antique settee is of good, generous proportions, with a massive frame of birch-mahogany. It is particularly well suited for use in parlors. The seat of this antique settee is of steel spring construction with a stitched edge. The back is upholstered with deep diamond-tufting in a French silk moiré. This antique settee originally sold for $21.25
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