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A VICTORIAN UPHOLSTERED CHAISE LONGUE, CIRCA 1860

A VICTORIAN UPHOLSTERED CHAISE LONGUE, CIRCA 1860

A VICTORIAN UPHOLSTERED CHAISE LONGUE, CIRCA 1860

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A VICTORIAN UPHOLSTERED CHAISE LONGUE, CIRCA 1860


covered in Irish 'Beetled' linen, on turned ebonised legs

approximately 170cm. long; 5ft. 7in.


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The condition is very good. This piece is ready to use. Minor wear to turned feet entirely as to be expected. With later applied polished steel caps to each foot.


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The unique process of 'Beetling' involves linen being dampened and wound around an iron cylinder. The linen is then passed through a machine and pounded with heavy wooden blocks. This technique produces a hard, flat surface with a glaze and makes the linen fabric less porous.