In 1811, Prince George, the Prince of Wales assumed rule of the country, not as a king, but rather as an acting monarch while his father suffered a long bout of mental illness. His official title during this time was Regent, hence the name “Regency Period.” During his rule he influenced aesthetics and artistic taste, especially in furniture and objet d’art which he commissioned. Unlike furniture designers of prior periods who borrowed elements from Roman and Greek art, those of the Regency Period tried to recreate the actual furniture pieces found in museums, in vaults, and on artwork. Ornamentation was used sparingly for its elegance rather than for excess as in carvings and overly curved lines exhibited in earlier periods. The woodworking of the pieces generally exhibited plain lines and surfaces with slender legs. This helped to bring attention to and highlight the ornamentation with minimal distraction. Shah Gilani, ISFD, designed the Regency Dining Chair with the foregoing in view. The plain frame of the chair helps draw attention to the hand-carved rosettes. The elegant design of this chair is timeless. It is available in a variety of finishes and accents. Upholstery in COM is offered at no extra charge. Custom sizing is available.
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