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Early Victorian rosewood armchair with floral and scroll moulded top rail on cabriole legs. Ex Dean Estate

A superior quality ladies rosewood desk chair having William IV influence on fine cabriole front legs 80 cm high, 44 cm wide x 50 cm deep

A pair of Ming style rosewood chairs styled with straight standing legs, assembled with arched plank and curved bar for lumbar

A Regency period beechwood elbow chair, painted with simulated rosewood grain and gilt. In the Empire style with gilt painted Greek key border, cane seat with green leather squab cushion and journeyman's stamp I.W under seat. Provenance: Purchased in 1981

An Edwardian rosewood Sheraton style hall chair c.1910. The chair is decorated with boxwood and marquetry inlay to the back with an upholstered velvet seat. Height 84 cm

Early Eastern Chippendale style rosewood armchair. Serpentine top - rail, pierced scrollwork splat with square chamfered legs. Possibly 19th century. Length 60 cm. Height 97 cm

A late Victorian rosewood and fruitwood strung open armchair

A pair of Victorian rosewood chairs, circa 1880s, the balloon back style chairs with waisted back with a channel feature to the frame, the crest with restrained arched embellishments, the mid rail conforming, a stuffover seat with a shaped apron with a cha

An Edwardian Sheraton Revival satinwood armchair c.1910, with rosewood inlay decoration. Height 79 cm

Pair of Victorian rosewood gentlemans chairs with scrolled arms

An interesting T-shaped high back chair, rosewood Ht. 105 cm

A rail-back kitchen chair, 19th century, Continental, the chair is beech wood with a painted 'Rosewood', finish with bobbin turning to front stretcher and front, legs, with later upholstered seat covering. Height 84 cm. Note: with BADA label - British anti

Pair of William IV rosewood dining chairs with scroll moulded horizontal slats, drop in trafalgar seats on fluted baluster legs

An antique Louis XV-style rosewood and walnut fauteuil, latter half 19th century, with a crested cartouche-shaped padded back and out-swept open arms above the seat, on cabriole legs, carved and moulded throughout. Height 98 cm. Width 59 cm. Depth 67 cm

Antique French rosewood and walnut carved and pierced high back arm chair, with spiral supports and legs

A Victorian rosewood grandfather chair with restrained leaf and scroll carved decoration, Omega back, serpentine front, cabriole front legs and brass studded buttoned tan leather covers. Leather worn

A good quality Victorian rosewood framed club chair possibly Anglo-Indian, with a bowed crest rail, above out swept arms, upholstered in buttoned red velvet with original horse hair stuffing

A pair of contemporary Norwegian 'Rykken & Co.' laminated rosewood and leather lounge chairs, the black leather loose cushions with buttoned detail and fixed headrest, the pair with one matching stool, maker's marks to base of each

An unusual William IV Brazilian rosewood chair, English, circa 1835 115 cm high, 65 cm wide, 68.5 cm long

Pair Edwardian parlour chairs c.1900, rosewood, and inlay veneers with makers label, James Shoolbred & Co., Tottenham house, London. Height 82.5 cm

Ingmar Relling. a Siesta chair and matching ottoman manufactured by Westnofa, circa 1965. Bent rosewood frame with black leather cushions

A fine pair of rosewood framed Victorian grandmother and grandfather chairs, the frames carved in high relief to the arching back with flowering tendrils, a similar carving embellishes the front rail and the arms of the grandfather chair. Both upholstered

A 19th century Victorian rosewood velvet upholstered chair

A William IV rosewood dining chair, circa 1830, the undulating open backed frame with carved cross beam and upholstered seat raised on turned legs. Height 84 cm

A pair of early Victorian rosewood parlour chairs each with buttoned upright splats and buttoned arms on carved cabriole supports

A Victorian simulated rosewood armchair upholstered in yellow leather with spindle back on turned front legs, brass caps and castors

A Regency rosewood armchair, the back formed from ring turned vertical spindles, the seat on short turned tapered legs, the rear seat rail inscribed E.D. Adare Manor

A William IV rosewood tub armchair upholstered with close nailed burgundy leather, the moulded frieze with carved flower heads to the corners on turned and stylised front kegs, brass caps and castors

19th European rosewood bergere, upholstered in leopard print, on sabre legs. Height 78 cm

A William IV rosewood and upholstered lyre fronted armchair, English, the curved button back above carved over scrolled arms, a cushion seat, carved front rail, raised on lobed tapering legs with brass castors, upholstered in red damask

A Victorian rosewood, Sheraton style short chair with inlaid marquetry and stringing having a gold brocade upholstered seat

A Victorian rosewood slipper chair English, circa 1860 96 cm high

A Victorian rosewood gentleman's armchair English, circa 1860. Height 96 cm