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Antique Dining Chairs, Sets of 8

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Set of Eight Oak Regency Dining Chairs

Set of eight Regency dining chairs standing on turned and reeded legs with exceptionally fine carving and a very generous shape overall, especially to the rear uprights and back leg. The rear uprights also have a very well drawn moulded detail which runs from the seat up and into the back rest with an out turned scroll on each side. It is unusual to find a set of chairs from this period in oak and even rarer still for them to be of such typically classical Regency form.
The oak is a lovely colour and we think that this set of chairs would sit just as well in a contemporary dining room as a traditional one.

English circa 1820 £5800

10 20 01

33½ / 85cm high
20" / 51cm wide
20" / 51cm deep
18" / 46cm high to seat

Set of Eight Antique Dining Chairs

Set of eight George III period dining chairs all with new seat rails. These dining chairs are made from nice mahogany show wood with turned legs and the nice Georgian period close reeded decoration on the back supports.

English circa 1810 £5800

20" wide
32½" high
18" high seat
19" deep

Early 19th Century Regency Mahogany Set Of Nine Antique Dining Chairs

Set of 9 early 19th century Regency mahogany antique dining chairs. This set of chairs can be thought of as a set of eight chairs with one extra or a set of nine. If ten chairs are required then a similar carver can be found or an identical one can be made in our own workshops at additional cost. Ask for a quote if required. This set of chairs have some very nice Regency specific features such as sabre legs which are reeded on the front and upper surfaces. The back rest has a panel of flame mahogany and gadrooning to the top edge. The back rail has the classic rope twist which alludes to the recent success of the British Navy at the battle of the Nile and the subsequent definitive defeat by the British Army of Napoleon at Waterloo. These chairs are made of good timber, they are precisely carved and it is easy to change the fabric on the drop in seats. The sabre legs are a nice feature which echo the Klismos chair and similar designs found in images found at the excavations of the time in Italy and Greece.

English circa 1815 £3800

LL 001

The single chairs
79cm / 31" high
46cm / 18" wide
51cm / 20" deep
45cm / 17½" high

The carver chair
79cm / 31" high
51cm / 20" wide
54cm / 21" deep
(seat height a bit high
at present due to squab)

Set of 8 Regency mahogany antique dining chairs

Pretty set of 8 Regency mahogany antique dining chairs, six singles and two armchairs. They are made of good solid mahogany with a flame mahogany section in the back rest.

English circa 1820 £4,800
CST 001

The single chairs are:
19" wide
32" high max
17½ high seat
19½" deep max
17½" deep seat

The carver chairs are:
21" wide
32" high max
17½" high seat
20" deep max
18" deep seat

Set of 7 antique mahogany George III dining chairs

Wonderful set of 7 antique mahogany George III period dining chairs with lovely old horsehair covers over horsehair upholstered saddle seats, totally untouched surface with lovely patination and with charming very old metal bracket restoration to joints and shoulders. The upholstery is likely to be original, these chairs can be reupholstered in a new woven horsehair similar to the original if necessary (as usual, the cost of fabric is not included in the restoration).

English circa 1770 £3,800 restored, the metal brackets are staying!
01 15 16

37" high
22" wide
21" deep
18" high seat at edge

Set of 8 oak antique dining chairs

Very fine set of 8 oak antique dining chairs all with arms. These imposing chairs are large, comfortable and extremely well made. This balanced and pleasing form is a good example of a new age in furniture design showing a concerted effort to depart from the old styles of the previous decades of the nineteenth century. Attributed to Bruce James Talbert, architect and designer (1838-1881)

English c.1870 £8800
RL099 x2
TGH x6