Heart Back Boudoir Accent Vanity Slipper Chair 1930s or 1940s

$295

SKU 414-SEA-077 Category

Wonderful little heart back boudoir accent or vanity slipper chair by Cox Manufacturing in Hickory NC. This chair is vintage circa 1930s or 1940s. Its frame is solid and retains its original velvet mossy green upholstery which although worn, faded, and stained is somehow charming. However, we do recommend recovering and have it priced as a frame only.

Slipper Chair:

  • Height – 32 Inches
  • Width – 23 Inches
  • Depth – 24 Inches
  • Seat Height – 15 Inches
  • Weight – 21 Pounds Each

 

Boxed Size:

  • Height – 36 Inches
  • Width – 30 Inches
  • Depth – 29 Inches
  • Weight – 106 Pounds

 

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Keep in mind warehouse414 items are vintage and not new, so they will have signs of use and wear. See photos and zoom in for details. We attempt to portray any imperfections.

Description

This romantic little slipper chair is so adorable. Perfect for your boudoir, walk-in closet, luxury bath, or maybe a little girls room. It has a sweet heart shaped and buttoned back with a long-ruffled skirt; and, although the fabric is worn, faded, stained, is absolutely showing its age, and definitely needs replacing, it is appealing in its own shabby chic way. You will find its original Cox Manufacturing cardboard tag on its underside along with the metal tag for Lammerts Furnishings of Character of St. Louis and Clayton, where it was originally sold. Cox Manufacturing was founded by William Cox in 1932. Their original and unique marketing vision focused on offering small-scale boudoir furniture. Upon Mr. Cox death in the early 1950s, long-time employees formed a buying group to purchase the company. Two decades later it was purchased by the Romeo family who still own and operate it today in Hickory NC where they hold a secure place as an American furniture manufacturer of traditional-style furniture, unique accent furniture and other high-quality seating. Lammerts was an institution of furnishings in St. Louis from 1861 until recently closing its doors in 2007. You should have this little piece of history.