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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 Victorian mahogany framed easy chair, with a maroon leather upholstered back and seat, above scrolling arms, cabriole front legs

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.

An early Victorian mahogany elbow chair, the swept top-rail and down-swept arms with scrolling ends above the convex seat, with turned front supports. Height 87 cm. Width 54 cm. Depth 53 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

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

An English mahogany tapestry seat chair in the Chippendale style. Provenance: Property of a Gentleman, Melbourne

A George lll mahogany armchair in the French taste, circa 1770, having a shaped upholstered back, scrolling reeded arms, padded seat, supported on cabriole legs to the front, splayed legs to the rear, 93 cm high, 66 cm wide, 52 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 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 high Victorian mahogany button back lady's chair, second half 19th century, the generously proportioned chair having a pierced and carved show frame with fruits and floral motifs, a near circular stuffover seat with a carved shaped apron and low cabr

A pair of Sheraton Revival mahogany carvers, late 19th century, the elegant chairs with shaped rectangular crests, curved arms and side supports, a trio of slender splats with paterae embellishments to stuffover seats and raised on tapering square form leg

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 Victorian mahogany button back lady's chair, mid 19th century, the waisted showframe chair with a carved embellishment, raised on short cabriole legs with whorl feel, upholstered in a pastel floral jacquard. Height 88 cm. Width 57 cm. Depth 74 cm

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 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

A Victorian mahogany Savonarola chair, 19th century, the Renaissance revival chair with a relief carved crest flanked by violin scroll sides to a panelled and shaped seat, raised on cross form supports embellished with grotesqueries to a trestle base Unite

Pair of antique mahogany 19th century French armchairs, circa 1840s (2)

A Victorian mahogany balloon back chair, mid 19th century, the chair with a shaped plain frame and a dipped crest, a gently pulvinated straight seating rail with a drop in seat and raised upon slender turned and ribbed baluster legs, upholstered in a flora

A pair of American folding mahogany chairs, circa 1940s-50s, with label of Tell city Indiana, the spade back campaign style chairs with an octagonal and plume form midrail having a cushion seat upholstered in white and aqua 'Lotus pod' patterned cotton fab

A mahogany Regency revival occasional chair, mid 20th century, the carver with a shaped square back and three slender pierced splats, sweeping arm rests to reeded supports, a stuffover seat and raised on slender reeded legs to small toupie feet; upholstere

Early 19th century cedar & mahogany gentlemans chair with arm fronts decorated with bullseye carving & gadrooned panel

A pair of Sheraton revival mahogany dining chairs, each with neo classical marquetry. London makers label

A matching pair of Victorian mahogany balloon back chairs, each: 86 cm high

A mid Victorian mahogany balloon back chair with cabriole legs

A Victorian mahogany library chair with brown velvet upholstery, circa 1830

A Regency revival mahogany cane sided library chair with green velvet upholstery, circa 1890

An Edwardian mahogany string inlaid elbow chair, in the Art Nouveaux style

Dining chairs. Pair of late 19th century Biedermeier style mahogany

Hall chairs. Pair of late 19th century Continental Empire style mahogany