Hollywood Regency Art Deco Revival Cloverleaf Top Green Velvet Parson Style Dining Chairs Set of Four


SKU 414-SEA-061 Category

Unusual set of four parsons style Hollywood Regency Art Deco Revival dining chairs with arched cloverleaf shaped tops in forest green velvet circa 1970s. Two arm or host chairs and two side chairs. All are in wonderful vintage condition; however, one of the arm chairs has a repair to the back where there was a tear in the fabric and a small repair on one leg. Please see photos.


Arm Chair:

  • Height – 40.50 Inches
  • Width – 23.50 Inches
  • Depth – 25 Inches
  • Seat Height – 18 Inches
  • Arm Height – 25 Inches
  • Weight – 25.2 Pounds Each


Side Chair:

  • Height – 40.50 Inches
  • Width – 21 Inches
  • Seat Height – 18 Inches
  • Weight – 23 Pounds Each


Crated Size:

  • Height – 51 Inches
  • Width – 56 Inches
  • Depth – 34 Inches
  • Weight – 300 Pounds


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1970s, 1980s

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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.


What fabulous Hollywood Regency or Art Deco Revival dining chairs! These great chairs are Parsons style and upholstered in a rich forest green velvet with an unusual and interesting arched cloverleaf top and seamed channel back detail. Two are armed host and hostess chairs with the most appealing rounded front arms. I love them! These chairs don’t have a pedigree. I don’t know the designer. I don’t know the maker. They are just fabulous and unusual and cool and I think you need them!!!





1970s, 1980s