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Winterthur Estate Daybed

Winterthur Estate Collection by Lane Venture
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Inspired by an 1819 classical-revival klismos armchair, this daybed features easy-to-clean cushions that are constructed from an all-fiber core with multiple layers of densified fiber. Each cushion has a sewn-in mesh bottom that promotes water drainage and air flow, allowing for quick drying times.The seat cushion is a bench box-welted construction, with 2 large knife edge welted back pillows, and 2 large knife edge welted bolsters.

The frame is made from high quality aluminum and finished with a black lightly textured powder coat finish. It has cast finial accents on the arm and back, that cover the attachment point for the optional Canopy Frame. This daybed is specifically designed and manufactured to withstand the elements. Imported.

Using the rich history and extensive archives of the estate, Winterthur and Lane Venture teamed up to create modern designs that are adapted for today's home. Architectural details from Winterthur doors, trellises, fences and archives were the inspirations for these dramatic designs.

• Price ranges from $3,488 to $4,800 depending on fabric selection.

• Canopy and ottoman sold separately. Throw pillows not included.

• Please allow 6-8 weeks for delivery.

• Gift wrapping is unavailable for this item. It is made to order and ships directly from the supplier.

• Large furniture pieces must be delivered by Motor Freight. A shipping quote will be emailed within 1 business day.

• Dimensions: 38"H x 83"W x 36"D.
Please allow 6-8 weeks for delivery.
One remarkable example in the Winterthur collection is an early 19th-century klismos armchair in the classical-revival style. It is likely the only surviving chair of forty-eight made by Thomas Constantine of New York in 1819 for the Senate Chamber of the U.S. Capitol.

Constantine based the design of the chair on illustration 59 in Thomas Hope's London publication Household Furniture and Interior Decorations (1807). Hope was a wealthy English collector and art patron whose travels to Greece and Egypt influenced the classical motifs found in his designs.

19th Century Klismos Chair by Thomas Constantine

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