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A pair of button back tan leather armchairs, early 20th century, each with turned legs. Condition: Wear to leather, legs need stabalising

A pair of George III style open arm elbow chairs, the reeded scrolling arms on turned supports, shaped stretchers, upholstered wide backs and feet in an apricot check cotton covers, studded detail.

A mahogany Hepplewhite style shield back carver. Relief carved and pierced to the back with delicate neoclassical forms, having curved arm rails to a leather covered shaped stuffover seat above tapering legs with spade feet United by an 'H' form an

A pair of leather upholstered directoire style arm chairs and a matching ottoman

A Venetian style painted and gilt leather upholstered arm chair

A pair of Louis XIV style carved and gilded leather upholstered armchairs

A pair of neoclassical ebonised fruitwood armchairs, Northern Italian, circa 1820

An early 20th century European industrial armchair, original plywood with white powder coat finish, 67 cm high, 50 cm wide, 50 cm deep

Early 19th century tan leather upholstered armchair, raised on tulip form front legs. Provenance: from Mollies Boutique hotel, Auckland

A 19th century armchair upholstered in red leather

A white painted peacock form wicker armchair, French circa 1950 137 cm high, 136 cm wide

A pair of George II style walnut armchairs with caned seats, English, circa 1920

A pair of Art Deco carved walnut armchairs French, circa 1925 upholstered in original period fabric

A pair of carved walnut Louis XVI style tapestry armchairs French 19th century

Pair of antique French carved walnut high back Louis XIII style armchairs, with tapestry upholstery (2)

Three antique 19th century French Louis XV style carved walnut armchairs

Pair of antique French Louis XVI style carved walnut armchairs (2)

Two very similar Antique French Louis XV style cream painted gesso & red upholstered armchairs (2)

Fine pair of antique French Louis XV style wing armchairs, carved walnut frames (2)

A fine pair of French carved walnut and floral tapestry upholstered armchairs

A French walnut and floral upholstered armchair on turned legs with central stretcher

A George IV stained beech open armchair, 1820s, the rolled bar top-rail with carved and inlaid brass decoration above a spindled back, down-swept arms, and split-cane seat, on out-swept turned legs with stretchers, the spindles and legs bobbin-turned. Heig

A Victorian walnut-framed upholstered armchair, 1880s, of typical form with moulded frame, the back buttoned, in light green velvet. Height 103 cm. Width 73 cm. Depth 83 cm.

A Victorian mahogany-framed upholstered armchair, 1880s, of typical form with moulded frame, the back buttoned, in light green velvet. Height 107 cm. Width 74 cm. Depth 77 cm.

An early George III mahogany open arm-chair, Third quarter 18th century, the square back with moulded and carved frame and pierced splat above out-swept arms and drop-in seat, on square-section legs with H-form stretchers. Height 93 cm. Width 67 cm. Depth

Two Louis style French arm chairs with leather upholstery

An upholstered Jarvie cane-back single armchair Damage to the cane. 81 x 74 x 72 cm

A George III style mahogany armchair, English, late 19th century. Provenance: Property of a Gentleman, Melbourne

A George III style wing-back arm chair, English, 19th century, upholstered in yellow damask silk. Provenance: Property of a Gentleman, Melbourne

A modern French style fauteuil armchair, exposed dark stained and grey washed oak carved frame, dark leather loose seat cushion and matching arm rests, grey linen upholstered back and sides, a stylish chair in good condition.

A George III upholstered wingback armchair. Provenance: Property from the collection of the late Margaret (Maggie) Lockwood

Walter Burley Griffin rare armchair on castors from Newman College, University of Melbourne, oak and leather, c1917, Australia

Walter Burley Griffin rare armchair from Newman College, University of Melbourne, Australia, c1917, oak and leather

Norwegian armchair and Ottoman, black leather with teak legs, c1960s, Norway

A carved Persian armchair with similar sceptre, 19th century, the chair featuring profusely carved repeated floral patternation & inlaid mother of pearl flowers to the arms, legs, feet, back & seat, alongside arabic script carved into the back, the

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