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A pair of William IV tablet back mahogany chairs of generous proportion, English 19th century

William IV library chair, with X frame construction and deep buttoned leather upholstery, 59 cm wide, 87 cm high

Two William Morris style dining chairs, with fret work backs, and bird and floral seat upholstery

A William IV mahogany hall chair, in original condition

An early 20th century Tudor-style Schoolroom chair with lion and Mouse carving from the St Leonards Forest workshop, with tan leather upholstery, the carvings feature the initials 'A.W.T. McG.' a series of mice run along the top frame of the chair,

A William IV elm baby's high chair, circa 1820s, the pegged high chair with a saddle seat, a high back with a tulip decorated mid rail, turned spindle supports to the arms and legs, with foot rest and 'H' form stretcher, height 83 cm

A William IV mahogany spoon-back elbow chair, with turned and decorated front legs, studded green leather button backed upholstery with loose cushion, on casters.

A pair of William IV mahogany rail back dining chairs, English 19th century

An English Arts and Crafts style oak armchair, circa 1920, upholstered in William Morris fabric

William Howitt: Two carved chairs with portrait panel backs, jarrah. Provenance: Hardey family collection, Western Australia

An important dining setting carved by William Howitt of Western Australia, carved jarrah. Each chair with carved portrait of allied World War I leaders: Lord Kitchener, General Birdwood, General Joffre, Earl Haig and H.H. Maharaja of Bikaner. Includes jarr

A fine pair of tapestry covered Louis XIII style carvers, the generous chairs of square back form with curvaceous arms with turned supports to square stuffover seats raised on turned and block legs with conforming 'H' form stretchers; superbly upholstered

A William IV mahogany spade back chair with superbly carved mid rail

A superior quality ladies rosewood desk chair having William IV influence on fine cabriole front legs 80 cm high, 44 cm wide x 50 cm deep

A pair of mahogany William IV, upholstered side chairs c.1835. The chairs have turned reeded front legs, with unusual scroll work decoration to the top back rails. Height 85 cm

A fine William IV mahogany upholstered armchair, circa 1830s. Of elegant form with a finely carved frame having a squared padded back, padded open arms to acanthus scrolled supports above a shaped apron, curvaceous legs with floral encrusted knees and scro

A William IV mahogany carver chair with a bowed spade back above a horizontal splat, bugle arms and a drop in seat, turned supports

A George II style oak occasional chair, after a design by William Grundy, English, 19th century

A William IV mahogany chair, circa 1830s, the yoke back with lobed ends and a gadroon crest above a midrail, with a drop in seat and turned and reeded front legs; upholstered in woven tapestry style fabric. Height 85 cm. Width 48 cm. Depth 50 cm

Pair William & Mary walnut caned side chairs, pierced scrolling tops, tapering uprights, baluster turned legs and stretchers

William IV arm chair from Aberglassyln house, Rutherford. Purchased from the Jones Family during their period of the restoration of Aberglassyln house

A William IV mahogany carver chair. The curved cresting rail, with lotus decoration splat, with out swept arms, on turned tapering legs.

A mahogany William IV carver, circa 1830s, of generous proportions, having a carved top rail with a gadrooned central section flanked by foliate scrolls, a carved mid rail below a central shell motif, having sweeping scroll end arms on curved supports to a

A pair of William IV mahogany carvers, circa 1840, with a roll over concave shaped backrail, a plain midrail and having swept arms with distinctive 'C' scrolls resting on side rails, with a wedge shaped drop in seat upholstered in an olive green bamboo lat

Pair of wingback armchairs purchased from Harrods in London. From the William May collection(2)

Antique William IV mahogany easy arm chair, circa 1830's

Antique English William IV mahogany library chair with deep buttoned leather circa 1835, approx 125 cm high, 60 cm wide

A pair of French Louis XVI 19th century giltwood fauteuils, each have a rectangular padded back within a fluted surround, with padded armrests, curved front with carved rosettes on tapering fluted legs. Provenance: William Johnson, Kent Antique, High Stree

A pair of Louis XVI style walnut fauteuils. 19th century. Foliate carved cresting rail above a padded tablet back, arms and seat, raised on cabriole legs. Provenance: Lord Aster, Cleveden Country House, purchased William Johnson of Kent Antique, High Stree

A Louis XV style 19th century fauteuil. Foliate carved cresting rail above a padded tablet back, arms and seat, raised on cabriole legs. Provenance: William Johnson, Kent Antique, High Street, Armadale

Pair of ivory coloured otrich leather armchairs purchased from Reidel Imports of Hawthorn. from the William May collection

Pair of tan leather armchairs purchased from Reidel Imports of Hawthorn. from the William May collection

A Jimmy Possum chair, Tasmania, circa 1895, of typical construction from Australian Eucalypt, with a spindle back and slab seat, the legs jointed through to form the arm rests, 62 cm wide, x 45 cm deep x, 112 cm high. Provenance: Private Collection Melbour