This Beautiful and very rare to find, example of a True Butterfly Wing Back Chair is in exquisite condition. NO evidence of wear, No evidence of discoloration or fading is found on the upholstery. Lighting was not optimum and our photographs of this lovely chair are far from ideal. This chair is from the 1915-1925 era, we think. (We are remembering a 1920's or 30's photo of the Duchess of Windsor sitting in a chair like this). It is was re=upholstered in Floral Pattern Cotton Tapestry fabric, in excellent condition. Price includes delivery to buyer at no extra charges added. (see below) This is high quality, tightly woven tapestry fabric, which covers the entire chair. Chair has self (tapestry) piping trim. There is exposed wood trim on front of arms. A small indentation in the wood (about 1 1/2 inches long, and narrow, like a pencil mark is on one leg. Matching tapestry arm covers are included. Chair Measurements: From floor to top of chair back 44 in.; From floor to top surface of seat: 19 in. Overall width across butterfly wings: 32 ; Outer width at arms: 32 in. Width of Seat: 26 in. Seat from front edge to back: 21 in. If you are located within the lower 48 contiguous states, we will have this chair delivered to your address with NO extra charges added to your purchase. Our shipping agent will professionally package the chair and it will be covered with Full Value Shipping Insurance for Safe Delivery to you by UPS. You may be interested in viewing some other items which were in various rooms of this same fine home estate which we are selling from. If so, you will find in our Blue Moon Store two elegant bronze/brass sculpture cabinets which belonged to King Farouk of Egypt and were in his Egyptian palaces when he was dethroned in 1952. Southeby's sold them in 1952 and they, along with several other Farouk owned treasures are described and pictured in our Blue Moon store listings.