An important pair of George II carved giltwood library chairs, each with serpentine crest to back above padded arms and seat, elaborately carved with accanthus leaves and coin motifs throughout, supported by cabriole legs with similar decoration and uphols
A finely carved walnut chair, English, 16th century, with mythical fish carved to the back rail, supported on crossed stretcher, For a similar example, please see fig. 50 Walnut chair, property of Sir George Donaldson, in the reference book A History of En
A George III, mahogany elbow chair, with arched back, pierced splat, on square chamfered legs. Provenance: Robert Milne Brand Windsor Antiques, purchased 9th July 1962. The Estate of Stanley Crawford Stevens.
A fine George I mahogany elbow chair, with upright splat out swept arms on cabriole legs. Circa 1730 Provenance: bought from Parker Brother's London in the 1960s, taken to Ulladulla Station, Holbrook, New South Wales. The Estate of Stanley Crawford Ste
A George II mahogany elbow chair, circa 1730, with a pierced splat drop in seat on cabriole legs. Provenance: Parker Brother's, London bears label of Grosvenor House 1936. The Estate of Stanley Crawford Stevens.
A George III mahogany Hepplewhite elbow chair with arched back, and vase shaped splat on square tapering legs, with stretchers, circa 1785. Provenance: Robert Milne Brand, Windsor Antiques, The Estate of Stanley Crawford Stevens.
A pair of Georgian Chippendale style mahogany dining chairs with acanthus carved shaped top rails, pierced and carved back splats, generous sized tan leather upholstered overstuffed seats raised on square legs jointed by stretchers
George III style wingback armchair, 19th century, re-upholstered with two tone blue floral fabric, on cabriole front legs and splayed back legs, with two matching cushions, height 127 cm width 83 cm depth 68 cm
A George IV mahogany elbow chair, circa 1830, the swept top-rail and down-swept arms with scrolling ends above the stuff-over seat, with turned and reeded front supports. Height 92 cm. Width 54 cm. Depth 60 cm.
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
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
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