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A set of four Italian walnut chairs, circa 1800, (4), each with openwork mid rails with flared ends, padded upholstered seats, raised on tapered and fluted front legs and out-thrust back legs, (4), 86 cm high, 44.5 cm wide, 46 cm deep

A set of four provincial style ladder back dining chairs with Rush seats

Assembled set of eight dining chairs, each with reticulated shield back, four Georgian chairs, together with four 20th century chairs (8). Height 92 cm. Width 48 cm. Depth 46 cm

Set of four Georgian, Chippendale style chairs, c.1800, later upholstery. Height 96 cm

Four Victorian mahogany balloon back chairs with turned faceted front legs

Four antique walnut dining chairs with deep buttoned cream colour upholstery

A set of four Australian caned cedar dining chairs & a matching cedar rocking chair, late 19th century

A set of four velvet upholstered Australian cedar dining chairs, circa 1890

A set of four Louis XV style walnut arm chairs, late 19th century, Original gros pointe tapestry upholstery

A set of four rush seated farmhouse kitchen chairs, 82 cm high, 37 cm wide

Four Edwardian rosewood and inlaid side chairs, each with central vase splat, stuffover seat and square-section tapered legs with spade feet. (4)

A harlequin set of five 19th century beech and elm hoop back chairs, with a wheel carved splats and a star carved splats, a shaped seat on a stretcher base, together with a Windsor chair with hoop back, above a contoured seat, raised, on turned legs

A set of four mahogany George III style dining chairs, 20th century

A set of five rare huon pine dining chairs, attributed to James Lumsden, Hobart, circa 1840. Literature: Australian Furniture: Pictorial History and Dictionary, 1788-1938, Kevin Fahy and Andrew Simpson, Casuarina Press Ptd Ltd, Woollahra p. 260 (illustrate

A set of four early Victorian rosewood chairs, maker H. Seward, Blackman Street.

Set of four painted dining chairs. Provenance: The Estate of Cynthia McCall-Power Russell

Set of four painted armchairs, upholstered seat and arms. Provenance: The Estate of Cynthia McCall-Power Russell, height approx 95 cm

Set of four antique French oak chairs, with caned seats and spindle backs (4)

Four Colonial cedar Railback dining chairs. Turned front legs. Olive green upholstery.

Four medallion back elbow chairs. Red leather upholstery (worn).