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 mahogany Hepplewhite style shield back carver. Relief carved and pierced to the back with delicate neoclassical forms, having curved arm rails to a leather covered shaped stuffover seat above tapering legs with spade feet United by an 'H' form an
A single mahogany Hepplewhite chair, circa 1820, with a reeded serpentine top rail and waisted pierced splats, a drop in seat covered in grey and beige striped fabric and supported on square tapering legs with an H-form stretcher. Height 96 cm
A George III provincial oak and elm armchair, in the Hepplewhite taste, the arched top rail above a pierced vase splat, curved arms on shaped supports above a panelled seat and raised on square tapering legs joined by a H-stretcher, back legs re-tipped
George III mahogany elbow chair, in the manner of George Hepplewhite, with a shield shaped back, a pierced splat, fleur de lys cresting, a drop in tapestry seat, square tapering legs and cross stretchers
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