Chair with armrests
Styled as “The Honourable” Frederick John Robinson but best known as The Viscount Goderich, Robinson was a British politician during the Regency era. As a member of the rural landowning aristocracy, Robinson entered politics through family connections and be part of several traditional gentlemen’s clubs.
Creating a connection to his honorable personality and influence, wood tailors’ designers created the Robinson dining chair, a gentleman’s typically upholstery piece.
Rigorously handcrafted in walnut wood and upholstered in linen, the Robinson dining chair has polished brass arms and two buckled genuine leather straps, which provides an exquisite personality to this dining chair, proper of a gentleman décor.
Materials and Finishes:
Structure: walnut wood, polished brass
Details: genuine leather