Chinese Chippendale Elbow Chair
The petite Elbow chair was used by Billy Haines in almost every interior for two decades from 1949-1965. They provided necessary seating for entertaining and parties. Haines liked to place them in front of low coffee tables. Women rested their elbows and leaned on them, sitting sideways and creating an alluring glamorous stance.
The Chinese Chippendale version of the Elbow Chair has fretwork carved mahogany legs, and decorative nailed upholstery.
24"D x 20"W x 21"H. Seat height approx 16"
- Wood, Upholstery / Fabric
- Lead Time
- 10 Weeks or longer (Made to Order)
About William Haines Designs
William Haines was a movie star who would later become an iconic Hollywood decorator and furniture designer. Based in the Pacific Design Center, William Haines Designs continues to produce his luxury furniture using the original methods and materials.