Antique Eastlake Aesthetic German Walnut Figural Bustle Bench & Chair Settee


$892.50

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Description

Eastlake Figural Bustle Bench & Chair. Made from walnut with lion head carved shoulders, intricate medallions, barley twist supports and spindles. Upholstered in pink.

History

The bustle bench is an Eastlake design that was popular during the Victorian era, circa 1870-1880. Bustle benches were created for ladies hoop skirts, bustles and large petticoats.

Origin

Brought to America by Caleostein Schwin when he immigrated in the 1800s. Celeostein was one of the owners of Schantz & Schwind Brewing Company that operated in Dayton, Ohio from 1904-1919. The furniture was passed down through the generations to our client whom was the great granddaughter or Mr. Schwin.

Condition

The set is in Good Antique Condition
Several past repairs; pull in fabric on chair
Back Supports a little loose (repairable)
Set had the original upholstery until Schwin's granddaughter was convinced by her designer to go pink.

Dimensions

Bench – 29.5” x 39.5” x 22”
Seat Height – 17”
Chair – 20” x 18.5” x 34”
Seat Height – 15” (L x W x H)