1 of 8 images

Window Seat in the Regency manner



A Regency gilded wood window seat, the panelled frieze inset with carved paterae, supported by a naturalistically carved ‘x’ frame base. Upholstered in clients own material.


  • Production type
  • Production time
    It will take 14-15 weeks to make this piece
  • In the Style Of
  • Place of origin
  • Dimensions

    H 54 in. x W 117 in. x D 48 in.

    H 137.16 cm x W 297.18 cm x D 121.92 cm

  • Seat height
    54 in. (137.16 cm)
  • Seller location
    Sturminster Marshall, GB
  • Seller reference number
  • Reference number

Shipping, Returns & Payment

  • Online Payment Methods
    1stdibs accepts the following payment methods
  • Item Invoice
    Generate an invoice that you can customize and print.

About the Seller

1stdibs seller since 2015
Typical response time: 6 hrs
Located in Sturminster Marshall, GB
You may also contact the seller by phoneCall seller through 1stdibs

Why Shop on 1stdibs?

Learn More

Only Vetted, Professional Sellers

Buyer Protection Guaranteed

Fully Insured Global Deliveries

More From This Seller
NaN / set

Window Benches in the Regency Manner


English Benches

Brass, Wood

A pair of turned mahogany and brass-mounted window seats on elongated brass casters. In the Regency manner. Upholstered in clients own material.

NaN / item

Stool in the manner of Morel and Hughes

Morel and Hughes

English Benches

A parcel gilt and ebonised stool or bench with upholstered seat on a partially reeded lotus leaf 'X' frame support. Upholstered in clients own material and can be made in a bespoke s...

NaN / item

Lotus Stool in the manner of Thomas Hope

Thomas Hope, Thomas Hope

English Stools

Giltwood, Gold Leaf, Wood

A Regency gilded wood stool, carved with lotus leaf decoration and lion paw feet, based on a design from Thomas Hope’s ‘Household Furniture and Interior Decoration,’ 1807.

NaN / set

Wanstead Stools in the William Kent manner

William Kent

English Benches

Gesso, Wood

A pair of fine William Kent design banquette seats with carved under frieze supported by S scrolls and scale decorated legs united by floral swags centred by Kentian face masks.  

You May Also Like

Regency Mahogany Hall Bench or Window Seat

English Benches


Good quality, late Regency mahogany hall bench or window seat; the well figured rectangular seat with raised scrolled ends terminating in turned reeded paterae; above a simple frieze...


Regency Window Seat in the Manner of Thomas Hope

Thomas Hope

British Stools

An exceptional Regency window seat, in the manner of Thomas Hope; the ebonised exaggerated cross frame, headed with carved giltwood acanthus scroll decoration. The central large carv...


A Rare Regency Walnut X Frame Window Seat Early...

English Benches

A Rare Regency Walnut X Frame Window Seat Possibly Russian Early 19th Century With carved eagle heads over a X stretcher with guilloche carvings and a central medallion. Height 27...

NaN Sale Price
48% Off

Silver Leaf Bench in the manner of James Mont

James Mont

American Benches

Bouclé, Ivory, Upholstery

Silver Leaf Bench, in the manner of James Mont, probably American, circa 1950's. It exhibits wonderful patina and wear to the silver leafing, beautifully exposing some of the Chinese...

NaN / set

Late Regency Pair of Mahogany Hall Seats

English Benches


A good late Regency pair of mahogany hall seats, the well figured rectangular tops with a moulded edge and raised, shaped, bolster supports to either side, with carved anthemions to ...


William IV Window Seat, circa 1835

English Benches

William IV large window bench upholstered in off-white linen with buttoned cushion supported by ebonized and gilded fluted legs on wooden and ebonized casters, circa 1835. Item #7...

NaN / set

George III Pair of Mahogany Window Seats

George Hepplewhite

A rare and elegant George III pair of mahogany window seats, in the manner of George Hepplewhite; the raised scrolled ends, with moulded shaped supports, headed with carved, flower h...


French Early 19th Century Louis XVI Mahogany Wi...

French Benches

An outstanding Louis XVI period mahogany window seat with tapestry upholstery from early 19th century, France. The refined frame boasts exceptionally well carved details with foliate...