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A ladder back armchair with stretcher base and Rush seat

A French provincial oak ladder back child's chair, 19th century

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Antique French cherry wood ladder back rush seated arm chair

Pair of ladder back Hepplewhite side chairs, with original green paint, rush seats, height 90 cm

American ladder back armchair with caned back and buttoned fabric upholstery seat

Two early 19th century oak ladder back chairs rush seated

A George III country elm and beech ladderback armchair, the shaped arms on turned supports, six shaped rails to the back, rush seat, turned and plain stretchers to the base

A pair of provincial Louis XV-style beech fauteuils, each with a wavy ladder back and out-swept arms above the stuff-over seat in brown velvet, on cabriole front legs. Height 85 cm. Width 50 cm. Depth 57 cm

Pair of George III Chippendale period Spanish mahogany ladder back chairs circa 1780. Height 94 cm. Width 55 cm. Depth 55 cm

An early 19th century Irish mahogany armchair, the pierced, shaped crest rail above a ladder back of conforming design, flanked by out swept scroll arms with leaf carved terminals, raised on block supports United by cross stretchers

A 19th century oak and elm ladder back chair of Lancashire type

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George III lacquered and parcel gilt ladder back open elbow chair pierced rococo splats moulded legs

A pair of French provincial ladder back chairs with rush seats

A pair of attractive walnut ladder back chairs French, 18th century with needlework seats

A rare ladder back Casuarina and red gum ladder back arm chair 97 x 54 x 63 cm a very rare and important item. This chair would have had a rush woven seat originally. One known maker is Henry Goldfinch of Strathalbyn, these remarkable chairs, of which only

Two various 19th century elm ladder back cottage chairs. 1 with 5 rails, turned legs & stretcher, & hoof feet; the other with 4 rails, & turned stretcher & front legs. Both rush seated. Height 101 cm. Width 95 cm