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Antique Dining Chairs, Sets of 12

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Set of Eighteen Repoduction Regency Dining Chairs

A good long set of eighteen repoduction Regency dining chairs with drop in seats and sabre legs.

English circa 1980 £9800

47cm / 18½" wide
84cm / 33" high
46cm / 18" high seat
51cm / 20" deep

Set of Twelve Antique Dining Chairs

Good large scale set of twelve antique dining chairs after the designs of Thomas Chippendale. These are nicely drawn with good crisp carving and they have H frame stretchers for added strength.

English circa 1910 £6800

12 19 08

The carvers
66cm / 26" wide
97cm / 38" high
61cm / 24" deep
46cm / 18" high seat
The singles
57cm / 22½" wide
97cm / 38" high
58cm / 23" deep
46 cm / 18" high seat

Twelve Antique Dining Chairs

Very fine quality set of twelve early nineteenth century Regency mahogany antique dining chairs. This set of antique chairs are very well drawn with generously curved sabre legs and well proportioned backs and arms. They are a large scale for this period of antique chair design, with good curve to the back rail and so are more comfortable than normal. This set of chairs are made from a good dense cut of Cuban mahogany which is very strong. They also have double tenon joints for additional strength where the legs meet the frame. The woodwork of these chairs will be restored before shipping. The reupholstery is not included, please ask for details if required. This is a really good set of chairs for the money.

English circa 1825 £9800

12 19 09

Carver
21½" / 55cm wide
22" / 56cm deep
34" / 86cm high
Single
18½" / 47cm wide
20" / 51cm deep
34" / 86cm high
18" / 46cm high seat

Set of Twelve Nineteenth Century Antique Dining Chairs

Fine quality set of twelve antique dining chairs made by Edwards and Roberts of London. These chairs are a grand scale which makes them better able to accomodate the modern diner than a period chair. They are strong, with H frame stretchers for added strength. The back splat is elegantly drawn with crisp carving and the back legs are generously curved. These chairs are made from a good dense grained mahogany which explains why they are so heavy to lift. This is a really fine quality set of chairs and these pictures do not do them justice.

English circa 1880 £9800

JOB006

Carver
47cm / 18½" high seat
103cm / 40½" high
69cm / 27" wide
59cm / 23d

Single
46cm / 18" high seat
99cm / 39" high
56cm / 22" wide
55cm / 21½" deep

Set of Twelve Early Nineteenth Century Regency Mahogany Antique Dining Chairs

Very fine and well drawn set of twelve early 19th century Regency mahogany antique dining chairs. This set of chairs are larger than normal for the period with good deep seats and a generous splay to the legs. Sabre leg chairs are especially elegant and the panelling and shape are similar to designs by Gillow. The single fluted line to the front of the legs and back uprights is ebonised in the manner of George Bullock. These are proper grown up chairs for a large country house.

English circa 1820 £12500

09 19 10

The carvers
56cm / 22" deep
84cm / 33" high
53cm / 21" wide
47cm / 18½" high seat

The singles
52cm / 20½" deep
84cm / 33" high
48cm / 19" wide
46cm / 18" high seat

Set of Twelve Early Nineteenth Century Regency Mahogany Antique Dining Chairs

Very fine quality set of twelve Regency mahogany antique dining chairs. This set of chairs are generously proportioned for the period, the seats are deep and the back leg has a generous curve. The design of the leg and the design of the back splat are typical of Gillow designs of the period. Similarly there is an initial stamped into some of the frames which was also something that Gillow was doing, which is rare for the time. These are really fine set of dining chairs for the money.

English circa 1820 £18500

JOB005

Carver
22" / 56cm wide
22" / 56cm deep
33" / 84cm high

Single
19" / 48cm wide
21" / 53cm deep
33" / 84cm high

Set of Twelve Early Nineteenth Century Regency Mahogany Antique Dining Chairs

Set of twelve early 19th century Regency mahogany antique dining chairs. This is a really fine set of chairs, they have sabre legs, they are well drawn with good proportions, they are crisply carved and they are made of fine close grained mahogany. These chairs have the early type of close reeding on the top of the rails, across the front rail, the top of the arms and on the inside of the back supports. These chairs are a delight.

English circa 1820 £11500

02 19 04

The carvers
56cm / 22" wide
87cm / 34" high
46cm / 18" high seat
53cm / 21" deep
 
The singles
46cm / 18" wide
87cm / 34" high
46cm / 18" high seat

Set Of Twelve Antique Mahogany 19th Century Chippendale Dining Chairs

This set of twelve 19th century antique Chippendale dining chairs are made to a design that originated in the George III period of the 18th century. These antique dining chairs are large, solid and made of a good quality dense grained mahogany. The carving is restrained and crisp, they have a good shape to the arms, a pronounced splay to the back legs and H frame stretchers for added strength.

English circa 1880 £14,500

Carver
97cm / 38" high
76cm / 30" wide
53cm / 21" deep
45cm / 17½" high seat

Single
97cm / 38" high
56cm / 22" wide
51cm / 20" deep
45 / 17½" high seat

Set Of Twenty Four Dining Chairs

Set of twenty-four dining chairs comprising twelve from around 1920 and twelve very good copies made around ten years ago. These are good generous size chairs which are also generous and well made. They come from a good aristocratic Swedish family.

Swedish circa 1920 / 2005 £12,500
AM001

20" wide max
19" deep max
36" high max
18" high seat

Set of 18 oak antique dining chairs made by Thomas Fox & Co London

Set of 18 oak dining chairs made by Thomas Fox & Co London. These chairs are large and comfortable with padded backs and stuff over seats. They are very robust and have stretchers underneath for added strength. The back legs have a generous curve which extends beyond the back rest of the chair. This makes them much more stable and makes it more difficult for careless dinner guests to tip over backwards when swinging on the back legs.

English circa 1860 £14,500
03 16 04

Single
18 1/2" wide
18" high seat
36" high back
16 1/2" deep inside seat
21" deep max

Carver
22" wide
19" high seat
39" high back
18 1/2" deep inside seat
23" deep max

Set of 12 nineteenth century antique dining chairs

Set of 12 nineteenth century antique dining chairs after a design by Thomas Hepplewhite. These are very well constructed chairs in the eighteenth century manner, with tenon jointed frames and proper corner stretchers. They are made of the finest mahogany, the carving is very precise and the backs are inlaid with box wood. English circa 1880-1900 £14,000

Single chairs:

Width            20.5 inches   
Height            37 inches
Seat Height        19 inches
Inside seat depth    17 inches

Carver armchairs

Width            21.5 inches
Height            37.5 inches
Seat height        19 inches
Inside seat depth    17.5 inches

Set of 12 comfortable antique dining chairs

Set of 12 comfortable antique dining chairs with elegant reeded legs, padded backs and brass handle to top of back (fabric change is permitted).

French circa 1860 £12,500
07 12 08

Regency long set of 18 antique dining chairs

Rare Regency long set of 18 antique dining chairs made of simulated Rosewood, these are the classic Regency shape with sabre legs and drop in seats, they are comfortable and deep without being too wide for easy access to a crowded dinner table, they are made of simulated rosewood, usually beech or other indigenous hardwood meticulously painted too look like rosewood, this process was not cheap even then and was at the very height of fashion - simulated timber was used extensively in the most famous of Regency Royal Residences, Brighton Pavilion, commissioned by the Prince Regent himself (later King George IV).

English circa 1815, £22,000
10 11 05

Armchair

20" wide max
33 1/2" high max
22" deep max
17"x 17" seat squab


Single Chair

18" wide max
33" high max
20" deep max
15"x 15" seat squab

Set of 19 George III period mahogany antique dining chairs

Unusually long set of 19 George III period mahogany antique dining chairs with wood saddle seat and lovely elegant restrained design to the back, some with and others without H frame stretchers, standing on square taper legs, these chairs originally had squab cushions (not pictured) to make them comfortable

English circa 1800 £8,000
MS294 (restoration not incl)

38" high
19½" wide
20" deep
18½" high seat
measured at edge without cushion