This is a superb antique Harden Morris chair from the early 1900’s Mission and Arts & Crafts period in excellent condition.
The piece is made of excellent quarter sawn oak with a very good original finish with excellent color.
The chair displays excellent construction with 3 slats under the arms and the arms also have pinned through tenons at the front and back.
The arms also have an unusual interior curve and are very wide and are supported by long corbels.
The spring seat and back cushion have been professionally recovered by hand with high quality, hand rubbed leather with cotton fill.
The back support adjustment and pegs appear to be original.
There is a remnant of the original paper label as pictured. The chair is sturdy and strong and very well made.