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An elm and ash Windsor armchair, English, late 18th/early 19th century, 111 cm high, 48 cm wide, 46 cm deep

A George III country elm and beech Windsor armchair, the hoop back with central pierced splat flanked by plain spindles, turned arm supports, legs and base stretchers, shaped elm seat.

A 19th century ash and elm stick back rocking chair, the back with two levels of turned sticks, the woven rush seat raised on turned legs and stretchers

An ash and elm Windsor armchair, English, 1st half of the19th century, 100 cm high, 57 cm wide, 57 cm deep

An ash and elm Windsor armchair, English, 1st half of the19th century, 100 cm high, 57 cm wide, 57 cm deep

An ash and elm Windsor armchair, English, 1st half of the19th century, 100 cm high, 57 cm wide, 57 cm deep

Two early 19th century elm Windsor chairs, having a tiered hoop and spindle back with a pierced central splat, above a contoured seat, raised on turned legs, united by cross stretcher

Two ash and elm spindle back Windsor chairs, English, circa 1800

An elm and ash Windsor armchair, English, late 18th / early 19th century. 111 cm high, 48 cm wide and 46 cm deep. Provenance: Private Collection, Melbourne

A 19th century elm Windsor chair, having a tiered hoop and spindle back with a pierced central splat, above a contoured seat, raised on turned legs United by cross stretchers

An oak and elm framed Lancashire rush seated armchair, the back with two tiers of turned spindles

A 19th century elm Windsor chair, having a tiered hoop and spindle back with a pierced central splat, above a contoured seat, raised on turned legs United by cross stretchers.

Two Lancashire elm spindle back chairs, both with two tiers of turned spindles, one of lighter detail with woven seagrass seats, raised on turned legs terminating in pad feet and United by decoratively turned stretchers. See inside back cover.

A rare Regency elm rocking chair, with simulated bamboo carving throughout, plaited seat on a base United by stretchers on original rockers, in untouched condition

A late 18th century ash and elm Windsor armchair, with comb back and broad seat, reduced in height

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

A 19th century elm Windsor chair, having a tiered hoop and spindle back with a pierced central splat, above a contoured seat, raised on turned legs United by cross stretchers

A 19th century ash and elm primitive comb back Windsor chair, the bowed top rail above a spindle back, bowed arms and block seat, on splayed legs

An early 20th century ash and elm Windsor style chair 56 cm wide 43 cm deep 79 cm high

Hooped back windsor arm chair in elm, with pierced beech wood back slats, and turned legs and stretcher rails

A matched pair of elm and ash spindle back chairs, 18th/19th century

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