An outstanding pair of 19th century colonial Campeche chairs in rosewood -- each with turned legs, elegant scroll arms and a gently reclining back. Cuba. Circa 1850.
The Campeche chair, also called 'plantation' chair, 'butaque' chair or 'Havana' chair, is named after Mexico's Bay of Campeche, in the Gulf of Mexico, and the port city of Campeche on the Yucatán Peninsula. Many of these chairs were manufactured for export and have turned up along Spanish trade routes including Indonesia, the Balearic Islands, Canary Islands, West Indies, the American South and Cuba. A nearly identical Cuban model is listed on donshoemaker.com
Seat height: 13 inches.
Chair height: 35 inches.
Width: 26 inches
Depth: 31 inches.
Condition notes: in excellent condition. Sound construction. Sturdy.
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