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A pair of Portuguese mahogany elbow chairs, mid 18th century, the carved top rail and waisted frame enclosing a pierced vase shaped splat, with scrolling arms above drop in seat on cabriole legs, claw and ball feet joined by stretchers, 62 cm wide, 56 cm d

A Regency Egyptian revival painted and gilded elbow chair

An Anglo Indian mahogany elbow chair, first half of 19th century

A pair of old French grey/green paint finish walnut open elbow chairs of Louise XVI style, with carved leaf and ribbon decoration, turned and fluted front legs and striped green velvet covers. Minor distress.

A French gold and cream paint finish open elbow chair of Louis XVI style, the oval back with lover's knot pediment, the shaped front supported on turned and fluted legs, finely striped covers.

An 18th century fruitwood Sheraton elbow chair with fluted upright splats, out swept arm on square tapering supports

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.

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.

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

A pair of Louis XVI style shield back elbow chairs, early 20th century, of generous proportions each with a shaped ribbon crest, turned side supports with finials, and arms with feather decoration in low relief, raised on slender fluted legs, with a padded

An early 19th century Irish pine primitive country stick back elbow chair with solid seat and simple pegged legs

A pair of George III style open arm elbow chairs, the reeded scrolling arms on turned supports, shaped stretchers, upholstered wide backs and feet in an apricot check cotton covers, studded detail.

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.

A hardwood and leather-upholstered elbow chair, the swept square back and splayed arms above the bow-front seat, with turned front supports, in close-nailed dark green leather. Height 87 cm. Width 59 cm. Depth 61 cm.

A pair of Chinoiserie decorated cane back elbow chairs, English, early 19th century. Provenance: Property from the collection of the late Margaret (Maggie) Lockwood

An old cream paint finish open elbow chair, of French Louis XVI style with restrained carved decoration, turned and fluted front legs and green and ivory coloured fruit and flower decorated cotton covers, together with a matching single chair.

A small fine quality late 19th century French walnut elbow chair of Louis XV style with finely detailed carved decoration of leaves, flowers and scrolls, shaped front, cabriole front legs and very distressed floral needlework covers which require replacing

A pair of late 19th century French giltwood open elbow chairs of Louis XVI style, with square shaped backs, ribbon and acanthus leaf decoration and green fabric covers decorated with ivory stars. One leg requires repair.

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

Two fine Georgian Chippendale mahogany elbow chairs. Late 18th century, each with a fine patina and of generous proportions with serpentine and winged cresting rails, with pierced vasiform splats, curvaceous arms to square form drop in seats, and square fo

Two fine Georgian mahogany elbow chairs. Early 19th century. Both of generous proportions, one in the Chippendale Gothic taste with a pierced floriform splat and the other with a unadorned shaped splat, both with serpentine cresting rails, curvaceous arms

An old oak and beech high back Windsor elbow chair, with turned front legs and stretcher base.

A pair of George III mahogany elbow chairs, circa 1780 in the Sheraton manner, each with a rectangular top rail above ribbed horizontal openwork cross rails, ribbed side supports, open arms on turned supports, upholstered seats, raised on tapered legs with

A pair of Georgian mahogany elbow chairs, late 18th century

An Arts and Crafts style carved and inlaid elbow chair, first half 20th century

A George III Chinoiserie decorated elbow chair, circa 1790, upholstered drop in seat

A pair of simulated bamboo carved beechwood elbow chairs, 20th century (2)

An early Victorian mahogany rail-back elbow chair with scrolling armrests, drop-in seat and turned fromnt legs

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