We are pleased to be offering today this beautiful renaissance burl walnut with gold incise carving lady’s slipper chair made by John Jelliff of Philadelphia back in the 1870s era. It is in wonderful condition. The needlepoint work is different with a fox on the back in a primitive style with a fox hunter and dogs on the seat going through the woods. It has a beige fabric background that has minor staining. The fabric is in good usable condition. The chair is stunning with gold incise carving throughout, fluted reeded gold incise legs retaining the original castors and being a boudoir chair this chair has a slight slant to the front legs like they are supposed to. The overall size is 23 inches wide, 23 inches deep and 42 inches high. It has the typical Jenny Lind face on the crest above the oval needlepoint back. It has the gold incise walnut tassels that drop down from the crown molding on the crested top. It is a beautiful piece of Victoriana. Shipping starts at $165 if you are in our normal area. Please contact us prior to purchase to confirm that you are in our normal area as shipping can increase the further from New England you are.