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Single Dining Chairs, Pairs of Chairs, Carver Chairs and Desk Chairs

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Pair of Antique Armchairs In the Manner of Ince and Mayhew

Very fine pair of antique armchairs, desk chairs, library or possibly dining chairs in the Hepplewhite style in the manner of Ince and Mayhew.
This pair of chairs are one of the most pleasing designs we have seen for a long time. The arms are especially well drawn with a wonderfully organic shape, a dip for the elbow and a concave front which allows them to be pushed close up to a library table or desk.
The front legs and stretchers all have finely carved fluted decoration, there is stringing to the front panel and the back rest is perfectly proportioned with a twelve spoke wheel inside the six spoke outer. The stringing which follows around the back and the arms is very fine indeed. The more these chairs are examined the more the design and proportions stand out as something very special indeed.

English circa 1780 £6800

53cm / 21" deep
58cm / 23" wide
90cm / 35¾" high
47cm / 18½" h seat

Pair of Ebonised Chairs

Very fine pair of 19th century ebonised and inlaid side chairs standing on cabriole legs. These chairs are a wonderful shape with unusually exaggerated shape, wonderfully outswept back rest and legs which run together and outwards to an incredible degree.

English circa 1880 £580
Attributed to Jennens and Bettridge

05 17 07

41cm / 16" high seat
79cm / 31" high max
46cm / 18" wide
46cm / 18" deep

Pair of Antique Desk Chairs / Antique Armchairs

Pair of antique carver armchairs or desk chairs, these are a very charming pair of vernacular Chippendale chairs with pierced back splats, great shape to the arms and H frame stretchers for added strength.

English circa 1790 £480

12 19 02

62cm / 24½" wide
98cm / 38½" high
46cm / 18" deep
46cm / 18" high seat

Antique Library Chair

Very nice quality George III period mahogany antique library chair in the manner of Thomas Chippendale. This chair has good crisp carving, it is made of fine dense grained timber, it is a grand scale and it has H frame stretchers for added strength.

English circa 1760 £1850

12 19 08 A

66cm / 26½" wide
97cm / 38" high
58cm / 23" deep
46cm / 18" high seat

Early 19th Century Regency Simulated Rosewood Antique Armchair

Early 19th century Regency armchair made of simulated rosewood on beech. The paint is faded and the frame is a little wobbly. This chair is priced to sell and so the restoration is not included in the price. Simulated rosewood was very popular during the Regency period and should not be regarded as necessarily inferior to a similar piece made of solid mahogany. Although the beech was less expensive than rosewood, the painted surface would have made up some of that cost.

English circa 1820 £350

AGH 1

54cm / 21" wide
55cm / 21½" deep
84cm / 33" high

Antique child's chair with gilt wood

Antique child's chair with gilt wood, caned back and upholstered seat.

French circa 1920 £180
CG003

13 1/2" wide
26 1/2" high
13" deep

19th century armchair

Pretty 19th century armchair with turned spindles and fine detail to the decoration.

English circa 1820-1840 £380

26 1/2" wide at arms
22" deep maximum
34 1/2" high

Hall chair

Good quality hall chair with nice generous shape and made of really dense grained Cuban mahogany, this chair weighs a ton! £550

38 1/2" high
18 high to seat

Antique dining chair

Antique dining chair made of mahogany with sabre legs all round.

English circa 1820 £150

18" wide
19" deep
18" high seat
33" high overall

Antique dining chair

Antique dining chair, good size and comfortable, good shape to the arms and standing on fine reeded legs.

English circa 1830 £450