Brocket Office Chair
The current Brockett Hall in Hertfordshire, England was the third manor home built on the property, this one started in 1760 - the first two were in 1239 and 1430 respectively. Designed by Sir James Paine, this house changed hands many times and is now a Michelin rated upscale restaurant.
Built out of red brick in the neoclassical style, the Brocket office chair resembles its namesake. Shown here in antiqued red leather, the high back is reminiscent of the tall center of Brocket Hall. As the seat broadens out, it also resembles the Hall with its broad encompassing red brick wings.
This Brocket office chair has distinguishing details of hand covered buttons in the back and arms with a gently raised padded seat for comfort. Hand carved arm tips and 5 point mahogany legs glow with the French polishing. Top it all off with brass polished nails and casters for looks and mobility and you have an outstanding example of a hand crafted piece of fine furniture that would look right at home behind your partner's desk.
Shown here in Deluxe Giotto Brandy
The standard configuration for this item is: Bronze renaissance studs and mahogany stain. Comes with a buttoned back and inside arm unless stated otherwise.