Invalid's Chair

  • This plush chair was originally used by the infirmed and provided the highest level of comfort
  • It is crafted of oak and retains its original green upholstery
  • These medical chairs have become highly sought items by collectors, often used as reclining chairs
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Item No. 30-2529

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This plush chair was originally used by the infirmed and provided the highest level of comfort and support. Created of handsome oak and upholstered in its original green fabric, the chair features a footrest that trundles under the chair when not in use and a reclining back with pillow to allow a patient to rest comfortably. Hinged arms swing outward to allow an individual to easily get in and out of the chair, while brass wheels make it easy to move the chair from one location to another. These medical chairs have become highly sought items by collectors and are often repurposed as reclining chairs, perfect for libraries and studies. 

Circa 1880

31" wide x 39" deep x 46 1/4" high
Invalid's Chair
Period: 19th Century
Origin: England
Type: Miscellaneous
Depth: 39.0 Inches
Width: 31.0 Inches
Height: 46.25 Inches

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