A style introduced during the Classical Revival, based on the design of the ancient Greek klismos. The distinguishing features are the sabre leg and the rounded spade back usually extending beyond the back uprights.
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A set of six William IV rosewood chairs, circa 1830, with elegant gently rolled spade backs above square side supports, the mid rail with elegant carved Regency acanthus scrolls, a drop in seat and raised on slender baluster legs with paterae decorations a
A set of six Regency Anglo Indian rosewood open armchairs, each with caned seat, the curved top rail with scroll ends, the back splat with open carved floral roundels, the reeded scroll arms on baluster and turned supports
A set of six William IV mahogany carved dining chairs, the curved rail backs with restrained scroll and gadroon detail above a shorter scrolling rail, tapered reeded back supports, turned and lobed front legs. Upholstered in a floral Regency stripe.
A set of ten flame mahogany dining chairs six Regency and four later each having a scroll carved flame mahogany crest rail and horizontal splat above a drop in seat and reeded rails sabre legs the later with paper Rojo maker's label.
A dining set of six Regency period chairs including a carver chair with scoll arms on turned supports, each of the chairs with a concave top rail with slightly overscrolled back and concave splat, the padded drop-in seats upholstered, the front legs turned
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