Antique Dining Chairs, Sets of 8
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Eight 18th Century George III Period Mahogany Antique Dining Chairs
Set of eight George III period 18th century mahogany dining chairs. This is a charming set of chairs comprising six singles and two armchairs. They have good high backs for comfort and H frame stretchers for strength. The drop in seats lift out to make changing the cover easier. The back design is interesting, the central splat is a stylised relief of a sheaf of wheat or corn which would indicate that they were made for a wealthy farming family. Price includes woodwork restoration.
English circa 1790 £3,800
12 16 07
56cm / 22" wide
47cm / 18½" high seat
48cm / 19" deep
99cm / 39" high
Set of six / eight nineteenth century dining chairs
Set of six nineteenth century dining chairs made of simulated rosewood and beech. There are two matching armchairs of late 20th century manufacture. There are eight chairs in total.
English circa £850
07 16 02
20 1/2" deep
20 1/2" wide
21 1/2" deep
Set of 8 Regency mahogany antique dining chairs
Pretty set of 8 Regency mahogany antique dining chairs, six singles and two armchairs. They are made of good solid mahogany with a flame mahogany section in the back rest.
English circa 1820 only £3,800
Set of 7 antique mahogany George III dining chairs
Wonderful set of 7 antique mahogany George III period dining chairs with lovely old horsehair covers over horsehair upholstered saddle seats, totally untouched surface with lovely patination and with charming very old metal bracket restoration to joints and shoulders
English circa 1770 £3,800 restored, the metal brackets are staying!
01 15 16
Set of 8 oak antique dining chairs
Very fine set of 8 oak antique dining chairs all with arms. These imposing chairs are large, comfortable and extremely well made. This balanced and pleasing form is a good example of a new age in furniture design showing a concerted effort to depart from the old styles of the previous decades of the nineteenth century. Attributed to Bruce James Talbert, architect and designer (1838-1881)
English c.1870 £3800