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antique sofa

Posted by serendipitynow (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 11, 09 at 23:41

My mother gave me this sofa, but neither of us has any idea what period/style it could be. Opinions?


Thanks!


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RE: antique sofa

Regency style......but it's a Victorian interpretation.
My guess is 1890-ish.
Looks like mahogany...
Pretty but miserably uncomfortable! I have a sofa sort of like that but mine is Empire period...used mainly to throw coats on when I am having a party!
Linda C


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RE: antique sofa

Linda, you are right, it is definitely very uncomfortable! Thanks for your input!

Anya


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RE: antique sofa

But this has the look of a Sheraton. Does it not, Linda C?

My cousin just bought one to put in her foyer, not for really sitting.

....Jane


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RE: antique sofa

Nope...Sheraton is lighter, daintier...

Here is a link that might be useful: Sheraton Sofa


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RE: antique sofa

Thank you Linda!


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