1940s Art Deco Leather & Oak Armchair by Charles Dudouyt

This Art Deco high-back armchair was designed by Charles Dudouyt, circa 1940s. The frame is a solid oak finished in a dark glaze, while the upholstery is a tan leather contoured by piping in a darker leather. While the design is minimalist, there are subtle decorative features to this chair. The arms curve outward from the back into padded armrests, culminating in a scrolled edge and an expertly worked spindle form. The back legs are splayed and slightly taper downward. Providing sturdy and comfortable seating, this handsome chair will add a touch of warmth to any interior.

25 in. width
27.75 in. depth
43 in. overall height

18 in. width
17.5 in. depth
17.5 in. height

27.25 height to top of pad
25.5 height to top of wood