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A set of eight William IV mahogany bar-back dining chairs, plain with turned and fluted front legs and drop-in velvet seats - six singles and a pair of carver chairs with scroll arms.

Two William Morris style dining chairs, with fret work backs, and bird and floral seat upholstery

A George III Hepplewhite mahogany dining chair and a Chippendale chair, both seats with matching needlepoint upholstery.

A George III mahogany dining chair with carved vase shape splat

A pair of Biedermeier dining chairs, the centre splat inset with ebonised roundel

A pair of Biedermeier dining chairs, the centre splat inset with ebonised lyres

A fine pair of 18th century Chippendale mahogany dining chairs with pierced vase shaped back splat, on square chamfered legs. 93 cm high

A pair of George II mahogany dining chairs with vase shaped splat on cabriole legs with stretcher

Pair of George III mahogany dining chairs, ex: James R. Lawson, lot 163 'A Most Important Auction Sale' estate of the late Rachael McGirr, Tuesday 26th August 1969, 247 Ernest street Cammeray

A pair of antique cedar dining chairs, c.1880, with aged upholstery seat to base

A pair of cedar spade back dining chairs, 19th century

A George III fruitwood side chair, together with a provincial elm dining chair

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

Pair of Colonial cedar dining chairs stamped J Sly to underside rail

A pair of Regency dining chairs plus another, English, 19th century

A pair of Georgian Chippendale style mahogany dining chairs with acanthus carved shaped top rails, pierced and carved back splats, generous sized tan leather upholstered overstuffed seats raised on square legs jointed by stretchers

A pair of William IV mahogany rail back dining chairs, English 19th century

A 19th century Australian colonial cedar dining chair with Crown top.

Pair Hepplewhite period mahogany dining chairs wheat sheaf vertical splats on square tapering legs with 'H' stretchers

Pair of George III country Hepplewhite dining chairs, arched top rails, pierced splat backs, leather seats

An Australian cedar spade back dining chair with octagonal tapered legs, circa 1840

An Australian cedar spade back dining chair with tapering hexagonal legs, c1840

A cedar spade back dining chair with Thomas Hope carved scroll back rail, c1840

A pair of upholstered Sheraton Georgian dining chairs 84 cm high

An Australian red gum and blackwood dining chair, 19th century

A 19th century English oak cottage dining chair. Height 84 cm, width 42 xD38

A pair of Sheraton revival mahogany dining chairs, each with neo classical marquetry. London makers label

Dining chairs. Pair of late 19th century Biedermeier style mahogany

An important dining setting carved by William Howitt of Western Australia, carved jarrah. Each chair with carved portrait of allied World War I leaders: Lord Kitchener, General Birdwood, General Joffre, Earl Haig and H.H. Maharaja of Bikaner. Includes jarr

A fine spade back dining chair, cedar and blackwood, circa 1820

A Cafe Australia dining chair, blackwood (Acacia melanoxylon), plywood and leather designed by Marion Mahoney Griffin and Walter Burley Griffin, 1916 being part of the furnishing of the 'Fern Room' in Melbourne's Cafe Australia, located at 268-274 Collins

An Arts & Crafts style beechwood dining chair, late 19th century/early 20th century

A pair of scroll carved cedar dining chairs, probably Australian, 19th century (2)

Pair of George II oak country made dining chairs with pierced wheat sheaf splats, solid seats on square legs with plain stretchers