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A William IV elm baby's high chair, circa 1820s, the pegged high chair with a saddle seat, a high back with a tulip decorated mid rail, turned spindle supports to the arms and legs, with foot rest and 'H' form stretcher, height 83 cm

A George III fruitwood side chair, together with a provincial elm dining chair

A pair of French elm and cane Louis XV style dining chairs, 19th century, the provincial pegged chairs with shaped arched hole to hole cane backs with floral carved crests, the cane seats with serpentine carved seating rails above channel grooved cabriole

A 19th century ash and elm stick back rocking chair, the back with two levels of turned sticks, the woven rush seat raised on turned legs and stretchers

Pair early 19th century elm Windsor chairs traditional design

17th century oak and elm Lambing chair traditional design with serpentine top rail, solid panel back on plain legs and stretchers

17th century oak and elm open arm chair carved top rail, plain panel back on baluster turned supports and legs

An English elm Windsor chair, Lincolnshire origin, circa 1840, the rear of the seat stamped Marsh (Sleaford)

An ash and elm Windsor armchair, English, 1st half of the19th century, 100 cm high, 57 cm wide, 57 cm deep

An ash and elm Windsor armchair, English, 1st half of the19th century, 100 cm high, 57 cm wide, 57 cm deep

An ash and elm Windsor armchair, English, 1st half of the19th century, 100 cm high, 57 cm wide, 57 cm deep

A pair of 18th century elm and birch Windsor style armchairs, 165 x 130 x 58 cm

Pair of elm smokers bow chairs traditional design, baluster turned spindles, legs and stretchers

George II oak and elm country made open armchair with solid vase shaped splat and wooden seat with plain stretchers

A Georgian elm armchair. Late 18th century. Height 76 cm

Child's high chair, elm & yew wood, early to mid 19th century.

Two early 19th century elm Windsor chairs, having a tiered hoop and spindle back with a pierced central splat, above a contoured seat, raised on turned legs, united by cross stretcher

A French provincial elm and Rush chair, late 19th century, having a distinctive yoke back with extended side ears, spear form spindles to the midrail, tapering arm rests and conforming side supports to the rush seat, with square form legs United by a box s

Antique English Windsor arm chair, in oak, mahogany and elm

Two ash and elm spindle back Windsor chairs, English, circa 1800

A George III elm armchair, English, circa 1780, seat covered in green striped tartan, 100 cm high, 66 cm wide. Provenance: Baron de Bordeaux, Auckland, NZ

A Suffolk armchair c.1830, beech, birch and elm woods with carved rope-twist back rail. Height 89.5cn

An English Windsor elm wood armchair 19th century. Height 99 cm

An English elm country style chair. 19th century, having a shaped spade back above turned spindle splats to a saddle seat and supported on turned and simply shaped splayed legs United by an 'H' form stretcher. Height 89 cm. Width 46 cm. Depth 44 cm

A pair of elm chairs, early 19th century, having a curved spade back above turned spindles, shaped supports and a pierced vasiform splat to a saddle seat with splayed turned legs United by an H-form stretcher. Height 88 cm. Width 41 cm. Depth 48 cm