A pair of a Louis XIV style high backed walnut arm chairs, 19th century, with arched padded backs and stuffover seats, upholstered with distressed verdure tapestry fabric, curvaceous arms with acanthus relief decoration and whorl ends with similar supports
A pair of mahogany Victorian lady's and gentleman's chairs, mid 19th century, the pair with rococo showframes with relief carved crests, shaped and buttoned spoon backs, serpentine stuffover seats and raised on short cabriole legs with decorated kn
A Victorian walnut balloon back chair, later 19th century, in the French manner with a shaped, waisted back, a pierced and carved crest and a similarly embellished mid rail, a serpentine stuffover seat and raised on channel grooved cabriole legs terminatin
A Victorian mahogany lady's chair, mid 19th century, the medallion button backed chair with a rosette and foliate motifs to the carved crest, pierced high hipped supports to a stuffover serpentine seat, a channel grooved seating rail and raised on cabr
A Victorian mahogany gentleman's chair, mid 19th century, the near square button backed chair with a plain showframe, the arm supports with a carved rococo scrolling flourish and leaf motif, a stuffover seat above a shaped channel grooved seating rail
A 19th century carved French distressed painted Louis XV style bergere armchair, restrained floral and scroll carved detail to the frame, the contemporary flax toned linen upholstery including arm rests and a loose cushion seat.
A pair of French elm and cane Louis XV style dining chairs, 19th century, the provincial pegged chairs with shaped arched hole to hole cane backs with floral carved crests, the cane seats with serpentine carved seating rails above channel grooved cabriole
A French Louis XVI style oak Petit point fauteuil, 19th century, the tablet back chair with a bead and ribbon twist frame with floral carved crest, with padded arms, relief carved leaf and scroll side supports to a bow front seating rail and raised on tape
A pair of Victorian walnut lady's and gentleman's chairs, 19th century, the chairs with unadorned show frame button backs of typical spoon form to stuffover serpentine seats and raised on cabriole legs terminating in whorl feet; both upholstered in
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