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A pair of vintage mahogany upholstered tub chairs, height 74 cm

A vintage mahogany upholstered Captain's chair, with burgundy leather seat, height 100 cm

A mahogany carver with refined carved splat and serpentine seat, English, 18th century

A mahogany carver chair with finely carved splat and back rail, English, 18th century

Antique Regency mahogany bergere circa 1830's with navy upholstery, turned supports and legs, terminating with brass capped castors

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.

An Edwardian mahogany inlaid occasional chair, early 1900s, having a waisted frame with an undulating arched cresting rail, a pierced shapely vasiform splat inlaid with Berainesque- style vegetal motifs in satinwood and ebony to a serpentine stuffover seat

An Edwardian mahogany inlaid occasional chair, early 1900s, the square back Sheraton style chair with an arched crest and pierced splat both decorated with typically neoclassical motifs, with a stuffover seat and raised on tapering square form legs with sp

A George II style carved mahogany tapestry upholstered armchair, 19th century

A William IV mahogany spoon-back elbow chair, with turned and decorated front legs, studded green leather button backed upholstery with loose cushion, on casters.

A George III studded leather upholstered mahogany library chair

Fine quality Chippendale mahogany open elbow chair the rococco decorated top rail centred by an armorial, four vertical slats, the arms with acanthus terminals, upholstered button-top leather seat on acanthus and scroll topped cabriole legs with ball and c

A pair of George lll mahogany hall chairs, by Thomas and G Seddon, London, English, circa 1820. Provenance: Martyn Cook Antiques, Sydney

A fine Edwardian inlaid mahogany chair, early 20th century. of elegant proportions with Art Nouveau influences, having an integral seating rail and central splat with a stylised flower head, pairs of arching branches echoing the principal motif, a stuffove

A mid Victorian mahogany gentleman's chair, mid 19th century, the showframe waisted chair with a button back, rollover arms to a serpentine shaped stuffover seat, curvaceous and scrolling arm supports above conforming legs, with porcelain casters. Heig

A Victorian mahogany button back upholstered armchair, with arched back and on scroll feet with castors

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

A pair of William IV mahogany rail back dining chairs, English 19th century

A mahogany bedroom chair, with British Antique Dealers Association label.

A Regency country mahogany elbow chair, with out swept arms and tapestry seat.

A pair of George III mahogany armchairs, English, circa 1770, 94 cm high, 54 cm wide, 66 cm deep

Pair Hepplewhite period mahogany dining chairs wheat sheaf vertical splats on square tapering legs with 'H' stretchers

George III mahogany Sheraton style side chair, open shield back with carved detail, tapered square section legs, red velvet upholstered seat

George III mahogany Chippendale side chair, pierced splat back, tapered square section legs, drop-in leather seat

George III mahogany Chippendale carver armchair, pierced splat back, tapered square section legs, drop-in leather seat

George III mahogany Chippendale carver armchair, pierced splat back, tapered square section legs, drop-in leather seat

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