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A pair of Louis XIV style walnut armchairs, French, 19th century

A pair Louis XV style walnut chairs c.1870?s with later upholstery, height: 104 cm

A studded and embossed leather and carved walnut Lombardy armchair, Italian, 17th century, Provenance: John Dunn Antiques, Melbourne

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 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

Exquisite Victorian carved walnut Gentleman's open armchair, recently re-upholstered

A walnut carver chair with original tapestry, French, early 18th century

A Louis XV walnut tapestry upholstered chair, French, 18th century

A walnut throne chair supported on a stretcher base, French, 19th century, upholstered in a Missoni style linen fabric

A walnut armchair on ring-turned cross-stretcher base, French, 18th century, upholstered in a Missoni style linen

A finely carved walnut chair, English, 16th century, with mythical fish carved to the back rail, supported on crossed stretcher, For a similar example, please see fig. 50 Walnut chair, property of Sir George Donaldson, in the reference book A History of En

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

An Italian chair in walnut, 17th century, after a design by Antonio Da Sangallo, Rome, in solid walnut and silk brocade upholstery

A 19th century walnut desk chair, with V R 1880 Government issue stamp, Ht. 86 cm

A Louis XV style walnut fauteuil, late 19th century

An impressive imposing walnut and pink upholstered hall chair. 155 cm high.

A near matching pair of Victorian walnut ladies and gents chairs. .

A walnut open elbow chair of 17th century style, the well carved ornate decoration of masks, eagles, dolphins, leaves and scrolls, turned vase shaped legs, sprung sculptured green velvet seat.

A Victorian armchair, walnut frame, standing on cabriole legs. Deep buttoned back c. 1870

A wing backed armchair, with curved arms standing on finely carved cabriole legs with ball and claw feet. In walnut, c. 1880

A Louis XIV style, upholstered walnut armchair 19th century, recently upholstered in linen decorated with carved shells and scrollwork to frame. Height 104 cm

Antique French armchair with carved walnut frame, recovered in period material, early 19th Century, purchased in the Loire region of France, 100 cm high, 69 cm wide

A pair of Louis XV style fauteuil, walnut, with well carved frame

A late 17th century north Italian walnut chair, with embossed leather decoration, the arching padded back above a pair of scroll fluted arms, with cushion to the square seat, supported on scrolling legs joined by stretcher.

A pair of Louis XIII style 19th century walnut fauteuils, each with arched padded back and out swept arms.

A late 19th century walnut fauteuil with period tapestry upholstery on carved cabriole legs.

A pair of French carved walnut wingback armchairs, 19th century, covered in original delicate floral jacquard

Edwardian walnut slipper chair, with good deep buttoned upholstery, 43 cm wide, 83 cm high

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

A pair of Art Deco carved walnut armchairs French, circa 1925 upholstered in original period fabric

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