Pair of Louis XVI style parcel gilt walnut Marquises, c. 1900, of corbeille shape, the channelled rope design back rail finely carved with gilded roses, upholstered in velvet, the armrests on scroll supports embellished with gilded acanthus leaves, on tape
A Queen Anne/early Georgian walnut chair, early 8th century, of generous proportions with a scrolled undulating cresting rail with whorl ends, a gently lyre shaped back with a pierced vasiform splat, a spoon shaped drop in seat and carved cabriole legs, sp
A fine and rare set of four large Louis IV provincial walnut fauteuils open armchairs, circa 1700s, each with shaped flat back over scrolling arms over shaped seat rail on cabriole legs joined by x-shaped stretcher, upholstered in yellow buffalo suede, eac
A Queen Anne walnut wing armchair, circa 1710, the padded shaped back, shaped wings and outscrolled arms standing on walnut cabriole legs carved with cartouche motif at the knees, upholstered in exceptionally fine petit and gros point tapestry with figures
A pair of old French grey/green paint finish walnut open elbow chairs of Louise XVI style, with carved leaf and ribbon decoration, turned and fluted front legs and striped green velvet covers. Minor distress.
A pair of a Louis XIV style high backed walnut arm chairs, 19th century, with arched padded backs and stuffover seats, upholstered with distressed verdure tapestry fabric, curvaceous arms with acanthus relief decoration and whorl ends with similar supports
A Victorian walnut balloon back chair, later 19th century, in the French manner with a shaped, waisted back, a pierced and carved crest and a similarly embellished mid rail, a serpentine stuffover seat and raised on channel grooved cabriole legs terminatin
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