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A Georgian mahogany armchair, late 18th century, upholstered in needlework tapestry

Large George III Sheraton period elm armchair, with moulded slat back and shepherd's crook arms

A small Georgian style fiddleback carver, the chair with a shaped back and a large vasiform splat, curvaceous arms to a drop in upholstered seat, raised on cabriole legs with relief carved knees terminating in pad feet. Height 73 cm, width 46 cm, depth 39

George III Chippendale period mahogany chair, with carved and fretted back, moulded and chamfered legs, green leather upholstery (worn)

Large George III walnut desk chair, with square legs and stretchers

A George IV leather upholstered library chair, English, circa 1825

Large George III Chippendale period mahogany chair, with green leather seat and brass studs

A Georgian mahogany armchair, in excellent original condition

Pair of George III style Gainsborough chairs, 20th century, with down-swept strapwork carved arms, green tweed upholstery, raised on square legs joined by stretcher, height 96 cm depth 64 cm width 68 cm

Georgian style mahogany chair, arms terminating with carved hound heads, pale green upholstery, on ball and claw feet, height 88 cm

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 Spanish throne chair, 18th century, the rectangular back with textured yellow velvet, 101 cm high, 59 cm wide

A pair of George III style mahogany carvers, 19th century

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

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

An English early 18th century elm spindle back country chair in original condition

An 18th century Chippendale mahogany chair with green upholstery

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

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 pair Georgian mahogany Hepplewhite style side chairs 19th century and later with Prince of Wales feather, backs, height: 92 cm

An oak Charles II style carver chair with applied diamond panels, 18th century and later

A Charles II style oak chair with plank form seat on bobbin turned stretcher, English, 18th century and later

Pair of good George III library chairs, 60 cm wide, 117 cm high, copy of restoration receipt attached

Pair of George III Chippendale period chairs, purchased Stanley Lipscombe Antiques, Sydney 1964

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

A mahogany carver with refined carved splat and serpentine seat, English, 18th century

A mahogany carver chair with finely carved splat and back rail, English, 18th century

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 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 George III style upholstered wing back armchair, 20th century

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