The Victorians invented the fully-sprung, fully upholstered easy chair, and the ‘Club’ style harks back to the gentlemen’s clubs of the 19th Century’s most fashionable in London’s St James’s and Piccadilly. Classically (but not exclusively) covered in leather, it was a chair a man could sink into with a whisky and cigar.
The Club armchair is one of our most indulgent, making the perfect relaxing, reading or drinking chair and is upholstered to the highest specification using hand-stitched horsehair and 100% down filled cushions. We go to town using springs in the arms and back and even the seat has an independently sprung edge making it incomparably comfortable. The chair is raised on square tapered oak legs on brass castors covered in your choice of leather or fabric.
Craftsmanship and quality are absolutely central to everything we do at Howe London and we are passionate about promoting and preserving traditional skills, click here to read more.