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

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

A pair of upholstered Sheraton Georgian dining chairs 84 cm high

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

A George ll walnut wing back chair, circa 1750, upholstered in tan leather to the back and cushioned seat, supported on cabriole legs to the front, splayed legs to the rear, joined by a 'H' stretcher, 115 cm high, 75 cm wide, 75 cm deep

A George lV mahogany bergere, circa 1825, having a reeded rectangular frame to the caned back, from which emanates forward scrolling arms, surmounted by upholstered arm rests, caned to seat, supported on tapering reeded legs terminating in castors to the f

A carved walnut and parcel gilt throne chair with leather seat and back, Spanish 17th/18th century, 154 cm high, 63 cm wide, 52 cm deep

A George III mahogany wing armchair, English 18th century, 113 cm high, 72 cm wide, 60 cm deep

A George III mahogany wingback armchair, English 18th century, 118 cm high, 68 cm wide, 70 cm deep

A George I style mahogany leather back side chair covered in pistachio leather

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

A Georgian shield back mahogany hall chair, early 19th century, of refined proportions with gadroon decoration to the crest above a recessed medallion to the centre back and a leaf border in low relief to a shaped flat seat and raised on slender tapering a

A Georgian oak armchair with caned back with carved central flower head

A Georgian mahogany armchair with fluted vertical struts above the upholstered seat and tapering square legs

A Georgian mahogany armchair with rectangular back rail, fluted arms and drop-in seat, circa 1,800

A Georgian oak armchair, with carved back rail above solid seat, late 18th century

A Georgian mahogany armchair with scroll back rail and vase shaped splat, late 18th century

A Georgian mahogany Chinoiserie side chair with curved back rail above a vase shape splat decorated in red lacquer and drop-in seat, circa 1730

George I style oak open armchair with shepherds crook arms on scroll top cabriole legs with pad feet

A George III style Chinoiserie painted and gilded caned easy chair, first half 20th century

A Georgian oak Chippendale country chair, late 18th century, the chair with a slightly wedge shaped back, a straight crest and a pierced vasiform splat, a drop in seat and ogee shaped spandrels to the seating rail, supported on square form legs United by a

A matched pair of Victorian side chairs featuring shield backs in the Georgian style, each: 93 cm high

A Georgian style wingback gold velvet covered arm chair, circa 1920

An 18th century walnut framed hall chair, with a foliate and fleur de lis crest above an upholstered back and seat

Two fine Georgian Chippendale mahogany elbow chairs. Late 18th century, each with a fine patina and of generous proportions with serpentine and winged cresting rails, with pierced vasiform splats, curvaceous arms to square form drop in seats, and square fo

Two fine Georgian mahogany elbow chairs. Early 19th century. Both of generous proportions, one in the Chippendale Gothic taste with a pierced floriform splat and the other with a unadorned shaped splat, both with serpentine cresting rails, curvaceous arms

Victorian George I style mahogany arm chair, well carved out swept arms

Late 18th century/ early 19th century night Porters chair with urn finials, glazed door, the whole painted with landscape panels (interior later adapted with display shelves)