A piece of Seattle history! Turn of the century, antique needlepoint and leather chair from Hotel Savoy Seattle.
Leather back is embossed with “Hotel Savoy Seattle”
Sturdy and structurally sound. Great antique condition. Wear, dings, scratches in wood frame consistent with age. Needlepoint seat in excellent condition- colors are vibrant, little to no wear found. Leather back shows some wear on front corner. On back side, the leather split just below the nailhead trim for several inches. See photos for details.
33.5 inches tall
20 inches deep
18 inches wide
Hotel Savoy was built in 1905-06. It was demolished in 1986 to build the 55-story WaMu Tower.
“Twelve Stories of Solid Comfort”
Savoy Hotel, Seattle, 2d ave., near Seneca St.; 12 stories, fire proof, concrete, steel and marble, In the most fashionable shopping district. Special large sample rooms for display, English grill; 210 rooms, 135 baths; barber shop; library. Most refined modern hostelry in Seattle. Busses meet all trains and boats. RATES $1.oo UP
— Advertisement in March 10, 1908 Victoria Daily Colonist
More about the history of the Savoy at pauldorpat.com
Pick up at our 1626 E Yesler Way Seattle, WA 98122 shop is always free.
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