The 100% wool gimp (the trim) has now been fixed to the seat, it was chosen so as not to detract from the cover which was hand embroidered over 100 years ago! If you would like to see the chair in it’s various stages of being upholstered, have a look at the previous blog. The antique chair has been reunited with it’s owner, we are hoping to upholster a Chaise Longue next – can’t wait.
On the upside, the upholstery wing of the business is taking off (excuse all the puns!); window seats, antique chairs and even a vintage Humber Snipe military car.