This armchair was probably purchased by Dickens when he was living in Doughty Street. George Cruikshank sketched Dickens in the Doughty Street drawing room seated in this chair in 1837.

Close up of Dickens's armchair, front view

Armchair upholstered in plum-coloured leather which belonged to Charles Dickens. 1800-1850.
DH169 © Charles Dickens Museum


Discover more objects
Explore the Drawing Room
Continue shopping
Your Order

You have no items in your basket