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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

A ladder back armchair with stretcher base and Rush seat

A French cherrywood and rush seated armchair most likely from Avignon, early to mid 19th century

A French provincial childrens rocking chair with rush seat. 50 cm high

An arts and crafts rush seated chair, 20th century. Provenance: The Estate of the Late Annie Coogan

Antique French provincial prayer chair, in fruit wood and rush seat

A provincial ash rocking chair with rush seat, English, 19th century

A French provincial elm and Rush chair, late 19th century, having a distinctive yoke back with extended side ears, spear form spindles to the midrail, tapering arm rests and conforming side supports to the rush seat, with square form legs United by a box s

An ebonised and woven rush back arts and crafts chair, in the style of E.A. Godwin, circa 1900. 117 x 50 cm

A pair of Louis XV-style oak dining chairs, with a carved cresting rail, upright splats, above a rush seat on cabriole legs

Antique French Louis XV style ladder back arm chair, with rush seat

Pair of French Louis XV ladder back and rush seated armchairs (2)

Antique French cherry wood ladder back rush seated arm chair

An ebonised and woven rush back Arts & Crafts chair, in the style of E. A. Godwin, circa 1900 117 cm high, 50 cm wide

Two early 19th century oak ladder back chairs rush seated

A George III country elm and beech ladderback armchair, the shaped arms on turned supports, six shaped rails to the back, rush seat, turned and plain stretchers to the base

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

An Orkney Island chair, 20th century, the curved woven rush back held within an oak frame with a solid seat and raised on square tapering legs

An ash and rush seated rocking chair English, late 18th century