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 that he commissioned. Unlike prior periods, borrowing elements from Roman and Greek furniture, designers of the Regency Period tried to recreate the actual furniture pieces found in the museums, vaults, and artwork of the time. While all these cultural and historic influences helped determine the furniture of the Regency Period, the style itself used ornamentation for its elegance, rather than excessive carvings and overly curved lines exhibited in earlier periods. The woodworking of the pieces generally exhibited plain lines and surfaces with slender legs and right angles. This helped to bring attention to and highlight the ornamentation by providing a simplistic background to avoid distraction. Shah Gilani, ISFD, designed the Regency Dining Chair with this in view. The plain frame of the chair helps draw attention to the hand-carved rosettes and hand-turned front legs. The elegant design of this chair is timeless. We offer upholstery in COM at no extra charge. Custom sizing is available.
Returns and Exchanges
There are a few important things to keep in mind when returning a product you purchased.You can return unwanted items by post within 7 working days of receipt of your goods.
- You have 14 calendar days to return an item from the date you received it.
- Only items that have been purchased directly from Us.
- Please ensure that the item you are returning is repackaged with all elements.
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30 South Park Avenue, San Francisco, CA 94108, USA
Please remember to ensure that the item you are returning is repackaged with all elements.
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