This beautiful Chesterfield suite uses real leather and consists of two chairs and the sofa It would work its magic in most dolls houses.
The Chesterfield design is classical and has been used throughout many periods of furniture history. It is said to have originated when Phillip Stanhope, the 4th Earl of Chesterfield (1694-1773) had a sofa with the deep buttoning, now characteristic of this type of sofa and chairs, made for himself. Later Chesterfield became a generic name in both America and Canada for a sofa.
The Chesterfield style has been used in Georgian, Victorian, Edwardian ages and can still be seen in the more contemporary cafes that are on all our high streets and hotel lobbies, waiting rooms etc.
Three seater sofa 160mm wide Two seater sofa 135mm wide Chair 80mm wide All 60mm deep and 65mm high
(Three seater sofa 16cm wide Two seater sofa 13.5cm wide Chair 8cm wide All 6cm deep and 6.5cm high)