The six dining chairs would look great both sides of a farmhouse table..
17th Century Oak Wainscot Chair
We are having a major clearance on Childrens Chairs
A rare pair of Robert "Mouseman" Thompson English oak arts and crafts side chairs CDK501
20th Century English Mahogany Georgian Style Wing Chair
A Very Nice 18th Century English Country Chippendale Ash Occasional Chair
‘Antiques are timeless classics that look wonderful in contemporary settings’ - Carolyn McDowell
The shaped top rail having the classic Chippendale ears...
The well slanted upholstered backs having a shaped..
The well shaped top rail having a long central shaped double scroll
These chairs need the later coloured varnish carefully removed and refinished and waxed to show the real beauty
Each with pierced vase shaped and serpentine shaped top rail
The shaped top rail above a fretted carved vase shaped centre splat and waisted side supports.
An unusual 18th Century English country Hepplewhite fruitwood side chair
Late 18th Century English ash spindle back side chair AA0915
Unusual late 18th Century English country Chippendale ash, elm and oak occasional chair.
A harlequin set of eight first half 19th Century English country ash and alder ladder back chairs
A rare pair of late 18th Century English chestnut country Hepplewhite side chairs
Pair of late 17th Century oak side chairs, North West England UK1148
A magnificent pair of 18th Century English Country Chippendale 'Bog Oak' occasional chairs AA1441
A 17th Century English Oak Decorative Occasional Chair CMP500
A matched pair of mid to late 19th Century English ash and alder wood high back broad arm Windsor chairs
18th Century country Chippendale chair
18th Century mahogany Chippendale chair 'scrolled ears' - AA1573
18th Century English elm country Chippendale occasional chair - AA1415
Early 19th Century English country Regency armchair
Four George III country Chippendale oak chairs
George III country oak and fruitwood shaped ladder back
18th Century English country Hepplewhite ash dining/occasional chair
An attractive pair of 18th Century English elm country Hepplewhite dining/occasional chairs