Broad Back Lounge Attributed to R. Huber
Afromosia wood frame and paws (the wood bit on the arms) with a playful upholstery.
The use of Afromosia wood was common in Canadian firms like R. Huber. It is also referred to as African teak and is much darker than other variates. The style of this design with it’s broad back and pawed arms has a Norwegian flair and while not as typical to see in Calgary, quite a lovely chair!