Spencer Office Chair
The Spencer office chair was named after the famous Spencer family. The most famous Spencer in recent times was Lady Diana or Diana Princess of Wales as she became known. Althorp in Northamptonshire has been the Spencer family seat for over 500 years. Originally a red brick Tudor, today it is an imposing sandstone edifice.
Althorp has stood for centuries and so could the Spencer office chair. As shown here covered in deluxe teak leather, the Spencer office chair could also be ordered in any one of our antiqued, premium or deluxe leathers. You could also use a fabric of your own or engage one of our in-house designers to help you find the covering to match your current furniture.
Built upon a beech wood frame extra padding furnishes this chair with a nice comfortable seat and matching wave back and arm tops. Intricately hand carved arm fronts and 5 point legs mounted on brass casters and decorated with brass tacks throughout this chair finds its completed look. Now imagine Princess Di was at her desk seated in this chair and think that you can be seated in the Spencer office chair in your office today.
Shown here in Deluxe Teak
The standard configuration for this item is: Bronze renaissance studs and mahogany stain. Comes with a plain seat and back unless stated otherwise.