Edward Wormley 5407 Party sofas
Pair of American 5704 Edward Wormley Chesterfield style ‘party’ sofas upholstered in a luxurious ‘slubbed’ aquamarine fabric.
The Chesterfield is an English ‘aristocratic’ design of the 1800s, its signature features are rolled arms, buttoned upholstery and matching back and arm height. This Edward Warmly design c1954 is a modern American take on the original, with it’s ‘flattened’ back and arms. Edward Wormley took classic design elements and translated them into a modern vernacular. Elegant yet understated.
Imported by the owners 6 years ago. One has some sun fade to the side and back, otherwise in perfect condition 3/5. The other also has some sun fade plus a significant spill mark – 2/5 . Familiarise yourself with our condition rating system here. There is a piece of original fabric which could be used to patch or you could entirely re-upholster the magnificent frames in any fabric of your choice.
We can arrange either of these options for you.
The price is for the pair, however if you wish to purchase one, please request a price via email at email@example.com stating which sofa you are interested in.
· A blue Chesterfield makes a statement in this recent Melbourne interior by Melbourne Design Studio Hecker Guthrie.
DC Stylist: Originally fashionable in the grand estates of England in the 1800s, today a pair of ‘buttoned’ sofas will convey a mood of eccentric ‘brit’ formality. As seen in the Dries Van Noten store in Paris
DC Collector: AUD$22,825 to purchase a pair new from Edward Wormley USA, plus shipping and taxes. Fashion designer of the moment Dries van Noten has this sofa in blue at his Paris store and in brown leather at his Tokyo store.
- Dimensions: H72cm W250cm D95cm SH38cm
- Condition: 3/5 2/5
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