Two from a Harlequin set of eight 19th Century English, ash, elm & fruitwood, rush seated Lancashire spindle back dining chairs
Three from a harlequin set of eight 18th Century English country Chippendale dining chairs from the Allpress home.
A magnificent pair of 18th Century English Country Chippendale 'Bog Oak' occasional chairs AA1441
Set of Six 18th Century English Figured Ash Country chippendale dining chairs
A Very Nice 18th Century English Country Chippendale Ash Occasional Chair
An Exceptional Pair of last quarter 18th Century English Figured Ash Country Chippendale Carvers
20th Century English Mahogany Georgian Style Wing Chair
The shaped top rail having exceptional acanthus leaf carved decoration above a shaped fret carved centre splat.
Each with pierced vase shaped and serpentine shaped top rail
A set of four English Rosewood dining chairs
An exceptional and rare set of eight early 20th Century English oak arm chairs
17th Century English oak spindle back side chair UK1171
A pair of early 19th Century English ash and elm rush scated Lancashire spindle back chair AA0681
18th Century English Country Hepplewhite fruitwood and ash armchair AA1242
Round turned front legs, terminating in pad feet, joined by conventional turned stretcher.
Having a shaped top rail with scrolls to the ears.
A decorative 18th Century English country Hepplewhite fruitwood occasional chair with well carved splat
The slight shaped top rail having attractive scrolls to the rear of the ears, the waisted side support rails framing a shaped fret craved centre splat, having a drop in upholstered seat, sitting inside a quarter mould above the plain support rails, resting on square block form legs joined by stretchers.
An unusual 19th Century English ash and elm ladder back chair
Six late 18th Century English Country Hepplewhite fruitwood & oak dining chairs
A pair of 18th Century English country Hepplewhite fruitwood occasional chairs with well carved splats
A decorative late 19th Century to early 20th Century English walnut armchair in George I & II style