This French inspired duo by Sherrill features a large and comfortable bergere chair and matching ottoman. Custom ordered by a decorator in the late nineties for a smoke-free home. Since 1944 discerning designers have equated Sherrill with QUALITY. Based in Hickory, North Carolina they continue to hand-craft custom upholstered furniture.  

A tag identifies the chair as "Style 1148". Both the bergere chair and ottoman feature hand-carved (by Italian artisans) wood frames in Sherrill's "nutmeg" finish. The chair has two back cushions and one fitted seat cushion. Ottoman cushion is attached. Upholstered in a lovely heavy upholstery grade fabric (fiber content unknown) which is embroidered with an overall "swirl" pattern. All in a pale biscuit beige hue. Cushions are Sherrill's "Super U-D" type. Constructed of high crown urethane core surrounded by polyester fibers enclosed by ticking.  

 

The chair alone measures 35.5" high x 33" wide x 36' deep with a 17" seat rise. Ottoman alone measures 17" high x 32.5" wide x 25" deep.

When nestled together over all measurements for the combined peices are 35.5" high x 33" wide x 61" deep.
Chair and ottoman are in EXCELLENT - like new condition. From a smoke free estate - the upholstery has no stains, wear, pulls, runs, or tears of note. The frame has some minor "nicks" and "dings" commensurate with vintage use. However all simply add to both piece's patina. See photos for details.

 

NOTE: The cost of shipping this piece via a freight service is in addition to the purchase price. Post buying we will happily work with you to identify a carrier, secure an estimate, submit it to you for your approval. And bill you directly for the final freight cost. The time from purchase to deliver varies by location but averages 3-6 weeks.

Vintage Sherrill Carved Frame Bergere and Ottoman - Like New

SKU: 0775
$1,995.00Price
  • Chair and ottoman are in EXCELLENT - like new condition. From a smoke free estate - the upholstery has no stains, wear, pulls, runs, or tears of note. The frame has some minor "nicks" and "dings" commensurate with vintage use. However all simply add to both piece's patina. See photos for details.