Saville Lounge Chair

Saville Lounge Chair

c. 1890
Designer
George Washington Jack, American, 1855-1932
Born: United States
Work Locations: London, England
Manufacturer
Morris & Company, 1855-1932
Work Locations: London, England
Country
United States
Style/Tradition
Arts & Crafts
armchair
Mahogany and reproduction Chrysanthemum wool upholstery designed by William Morris
Purchase made possible by the Degan Fund
1984.232

George Washington Jack, Saville Lounge Chair, about 1890. Mahogany and reproduction Chrysanthemum wool upholstery designed by William Morris; 37 x 25 3/4 x 26 3/4 in. Manufactured by Morris & Co., London. Denver Art Museum: The Degan Fund for Western Art, 1984.232.

Dimensions
height: 37 in, 93.9800 cm; width: 25.75 in, 65.4050 cm; depth: 26.75 in, 67.9450 cm
Department
Architecture and Design
Collection
Architecture and Design
Known Provenance
Purchased 1984 from (Haslam & Whiteway, Ltd.), London by the Denver Art Museum.

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