Reanaissance Revival Hand-Carved Chair with Embossed Leather 19th Century
Chair in carved beech and embossed leather seat and back, circa 1850. The coat of arms embossed at the leather back belongs to the Hungarian noble family Erdody de Monyorókerék et Monoszló ( also known as Erdödy) in the Kingdom of Hungary ( most notably in Croatia ). Elevated to the Hungarian nobility in 1459. On the top of the back are situated two perfectly hand-carved heads. The chair hasn´t been restorated, it is in the original condition so it is becoming the unique antiquarian piece.