Bay Colony Antiques is proud to offer for sale this fantastic early 20th century antique Arts & Crafts Harden arm chair. Harden furniture company was founded in the mid 19th century but their early 20th century Arts & Crafts and Mission furniture is the most collectible. The chair is solid as a rock constructed with peg joinery and through tenons. The chair has a five slat back and three additional slats under each paddle arm. The original leather seat was torn & covered with a cream colored fabric that is now also torn. The seat can be easily removed and any upholsterer should be able to perform the work for ~$50. The previous owners reluctance to alter the chair is especially evident when looking at the chairs finish. This dark finish was achieved by an ammonia fuming process and is a fantastic added benefit because a lot have been refinished over the last 100 years. We would recommend this chair without hesitation to any early Arts & Crafts collector and are excited to offer this chair to our clients around the world. The chair measures 29” wide x 23” deep x 38” tall with a seat height of 19 1/2”.