Antique Attic Imports

We Bring the World to Dothan

Alabama's Largest and Oldest Privately Owned Antique Store

Since 1969, we have been in the same location, daily buying and selling antiques. We have expanded to 16,000 square feet of showrooms filled with American and European Antique Furniture, Paintings, Tapestries, Bronze and Marble Statuary, and Fountains. People forget to look for our Quilt room, Oak room, Music area, and Depression glass room. Three generations of our family are waiting to serve you. We will be glad to share our years of knowledge and experience. We stand behind every item we sell. Our hours are Monday thru Saturday 10 am to 5 pm.

Our online store is a small taste of what we have in our 16000 sq ft of inventory. We have tried to list some prime examples of quality antiques we carry. If you see anything that strikes you we can send more pictures of similar-styled items. Also we can send more detailed pictures and measurements upon request. We have omitted many smalls in our Shop section, being as many of them are already listed in our eBay Store.

We have extensive contacts throughout Europe, Asia and in all areas of our blessed United States. If you are searching out unique items that you do not see here, do not hesitate to Contact Us for helping you procure the items you so desire. Thanks!

Chesterfield Brown Box Sofa

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Chesterfield Brown Box Sofa

1,895.00

Offered for sale is a classic tuxedo form, brown leather Chesterfield box sofa. Fully tufted, with decorative brass studs on arms.  Very good original condition, ready to use. Measures: Seat depth 21" x seat width 64".   The sofa measures width 83", H 29" and depth 34".  From floor to top of cushion is 17".  Seat depth is  20.5" and seat width is  58".The sofa has 3 seat cushions that are removable with zip covers.  The leather overall is in excellent, vintage condition with no rips, tears, etc.  Real leather always ages well with character.

 

History:  The chesterfield sofa is not just a piece of furniture but a piece of history. ... It is believed that Lord Phillip Stanhope, the 4th Earl of Chesterfield (1694-1773), commissioned the first leather chesterfield settee with its distinctive deep buttoned, quilted leather upholstery and low seat base.

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