A pair Continental carved mahogany hall chairs c.1900, the backs decorated with carved putti mask, griffons, scrolls and acanthus leaves, height: 99 cm Provenance: Ex Claude de Bernarles, Cottesloe Civic centre
A finely inlaid Edwardian mahogany armchair, early 20th century, with a shaped back with flat crest and a large central splat finely inlaid in the Berainesque manner with inked satinwood and ivory, curvaceous arm rests and supports to a serpentine seat uph
A pair of mahogany Victorian lady's and gentleman's chairs, mid 19th century, the pair with rococo showframes with relief carved crests, shaped and buttoned spoon backs, serpentine stuffover seats and raised on short cabriole legs with decorated kn
A Victorian mahogany lady's chair, mid 19th century, the medallion button backed chair with a rosette and foliate motifs to the carved crest, pierced high hipped supports to a stuffover serpentine seat, a channel grooved seating rail and raised on cabr
A Victorian mahogany gentleman's chair, mid 19th century, the near square button backed chair with a plain showframe, the arm supports with a carved rococo scrolling flourish and leaf motif, a stuffover seat above a shaped channel grooved seating rail
A pair of antique mahogany Hepplewhite-style chairs, the shield shape back with decorative pierced urn form splat, the seats upholstered with handmade tapestries, on stretcher base and square legs. 50 cm x 42 cm x 94 cm
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 fine George I mahogany elbow chair, with upright splat out swept arms on cabriole legs. Circa 1730 Provenance: bought from Parker Brother's London in the 1960s, taken to Ulladulla Station, Holbrook, New South Wales. The Estate of Stanley Crawford Ste
A George II mahogany elbow chair, circa 1730, with a pierced splat drop in seat on cabriole legs. Provenance: Parker Brother's, London bears label of Grosvenor House 1936. 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.
An Edwardian mahogany inlaid occasional chair, early 1900s, having a waisted frame with an undulating arched cresting rail, a pierced shapely vasiform splat inlaid with Berainesque- style vegetal motifs in satinwood and ebony to a serpentine stuffover seat
An Edwardian mahogany inlaid occasional chair, early 1900s, the square back Sheraton style chair with an arched crest and pierced splat both decorated with typically neoclassical motifs, with a stuffover seat and raised on tapering square form legs with sp
Fine quality Chippendale mahogany open elbow chair the rococco decorated top rail centred by an armorial, four vertical slats, the arms with acanthus terminals, upholstered button-top leather seat on acanthus and scroll topped cabriole legs with ball and c
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