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05 December 2019
CHAIRS
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Pair of Mahogany Adams Style Armchairs
A lovely pair of Edwardian period mahogany armchairs in the Adams style. Well made in solid mahogany, now with a good colour and patina. With neo-classical styling and standing on turned reeded legs. This versatile pair of chairs would sit well within many different room scenarios of the modern home. Offered for sale in very good original condition, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 55cms
Depth 46cms
Height 84cms
Ref: 800
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Set of 6 Inlaid Mahogany Art Nouveau Period Chairs
A stylish set of 6 inlaid mahogany chairs the Art Nouveau period. Well made in solid mahogany and decorated throughout with stringing inlay. The chair backs are decorated with stylised floral motifs redolent of the period. The suite consists of a pair of armchairs and four matching side chairs. They are offered for sale in excellent original condition with a good colour and patina. The upholstery is in very good order and the chairs are all free from any wobbles.

Dimensions:
Armchairs
Width 57cms
Depth 47cms
Height 95cms

Side chairs
Width 42cms
Depth 41cms
Height 90cms
Ref: 882
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Pair of Early Victorian Mahogany Hall Chairs
A very nice pair of early Victorian mahogany hall chairs. Well made from a very good grade of solid mahogany timber, now with a great depth of colour and patina. The shaped bags are embellished with carved detailing and moldings. The seats are solid and the legs are sturdy, free from all wobbles. They are offered for sale in excellent original condition, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 45cms
Depth 42cms
Overall height 89cms
Seat height 44cms
Ref: 221
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Set of 4 Queen Anne Style Walnut Chairs
A very good and decorative set of 4 Queen Anne style walnut dining chairs. Of good construction in solid walnut with attractive burr walnut veneers. With high backs , the vase splats embellished with carved decorations and cabriole legs terminating in stylised feet. The drop in seat squabs are covered with pin point wool-work tapestries and are in very good order. The chairs are strong, sturdy and in excellent original condition. They have a good colour and patina and are ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 53cms
Depth 47cms
Overall height 105cms
Set height 47cms
Ref: 508
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Victorian Mahogany Desk Chair
An excellent late Victorian period mahogany desk, or office, chair. After a design by E W Godwin (1833-1886) and very well constructed from a good grade of dense solid mahogany. With a rounded, stylised back and a comfortable, shaped seat. Standing on turned and reeded front legs. Cleaned and waxed in our workshops and now offered for sale in excellent condition. Strong and sturdy, free from all wobbles and with a great colour and patina. Ready to go straight into the home or office.

Dimensions:
Width 57cms
Depth 48cms
Overall Height 88cms
Seat height 46cms
Ref: 619
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Pair of Victorian Mahogany Hall Chairs
A good pair of early Victorian hall chairs. Well made in solid mahogany, now with a good colour and patination. The shaped backs have carved detailing and are very attractive. They are sturdy, wobble-free and ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 42cms
Depth 37cms
Height 90cms
Ref: 545
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Set of Four Chairs by Jas. Shoolbred and Co.
A very good set of 4 late Victorian salon chairs by the prestigious cabinet makers, Jas. Shoolbred and co, London. Made from an excellent grade of solid mahogany timber, now with a great colour and patina. Of elegant, flowing form with stylised shield backs. The frames are rigid and wobble free and the upholstery is in excellent condition.

Dimensions:
Width 45cms
Depth 43cms
Overall Height 94cms
Seat Height 45cms


James Shoolbred & Co
The name of James Shoolbred & Co is highly respected among admirers of Aesthetic Movement furniture. Their antique desks, Victorian dining chairs and antique marquetry furniture were produced for wealthy households up to 1931. A particularly fine example of James Shoolbred antique marquetry furniture – an ornate piano by designer Henry Batley – is on display at the V & A museum, London.

Established in the 1820s, James Shoolbred’s Tottenham Court Road company began life as a drapers. It began supplying textiles to the furniture trade, and expanded into the stores either side, branching into interior design. By the 1870s, the company was designing and manufacturing its own furniture.

A major factor of James Shoolbred’s success was their detailed catalogues, which were published from around 1873. Configured to showcase the company’s designs beyond the confines of London, they made Shoolbred an overnight success.

In the 1880s the firm moved to larger premises. Imaginatively laid out, with detailed room schemes showing off the company’s latest furniture and textile designs, it became an unmitigated success.

Although James Shoolbred & Co specialised in furniture of the Aesthetic Movement they encompassed all the fashionable trends of the time, from the motifs and patterns of Japanese design in their antique marquetry furniture, to Art Nouveau and gothic influences in their antique desks and Victorian dining chairs.
Ref: 839
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Yew Wood Windsor Armchair
A early Victorian yew wood windsor armchair. Well made in yew wood with an elm seat. With a hoop back, spindles and back splat. The turned legs are united by a crinoline stretcher. Offered for sale in very good original condition, packed full of rustic charm and character.

Dimensions:
Width 55cms
Depth 44cms
Overall height 100cms
Seat height 46cms
Ref: 432
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Pair of Victorian Rosewood Chairs
A pair of beautiful mid-Victorian period side , or salon, chairs in solid rosewood. Of lovely scrolling form in the rococo style and decorated with carved floral detailing. The blue upholstery is in very good serviceable condition. The rosewood frames are strong and sturdy and have a good colour and patina. This pair of chairs would sit well within a number of different room scenarios in the modern home, eg lounge, bedroom etc. They are offered for sale in very good original condition, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 47cms
Depth 47cms
Overall height 96cms
Seat height 47cms
Ref: 221
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Pair of Mahogany Armchairs
A very good pair of mahogany armchairs in the manner of Robert Adam. Well made from a good grade of solid mahogany timber, now with a nice deep colour and patina. The lyre backs have open splats decorated with carved floral detailing and a medallion to the top rail. The scrolling arms and elegant legs have a lovely shape to them. The upholstery is in very good, perfectly serviceable condition. This versatile pair of chairs would work well in a number of different room scenarios in the modern home. They are offered for sale in very good original condition.

Dimensions:
Width 56cms
Depth 47cms
Overall height 92cms
Seat height 45cms
Ref: 212
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Set of 4 Arts and Crafts Oak Chairs
A stylish Arts and Crafts period set of 4 inlaid oak chairs in the manner of Charles Voysey. Well constructed in solid oak, now with a mellow colour and patina. Decorated with chequer banded inlay to the backs. Upholstered in green leather. These chairs bear many of the design features redolent of the period. They are strong and sturdy, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 47cms
Depth 42cms
Height 106cms


Charles Vosey was born in Yorkshire in 1857, the son of a nonconformist minister. This spiritual upbringing, coupled with his rural surroundings, was to have a strong influence on Voysey’s work. Privately educated, he studied architecture and design under J. P. Seddon and others before establishing his own practice in 1882.

Initially Voysey focussed on textiles and wallpapers, supplying designs to Liberty, Alexander Morton and others. A shrewd businessman, he kept and reused many of his patterns, which featured birds, exotic flora and, later, heraldry symbols.

Voysey later branched into architectural design. His main period of house-building was between 1895 and 1910, which coincides with his most prolific period of furniture design. Most Voysey antiques, such as his antique dining chairs and cabinets, were originally destined for his houses, which he believed should be spiritual and uplifting. His furniture, like his panelling, made extensive use of unstained light oak, avoiding heavy ornamentation in favour of simplicity and restraint. Decoration was sparse but well employed; Voysey’s trademarks include decorative heart and bird motifs, and Puginesque strap hinges, which were used extensively on his antique chests, bookcases and cabinets.
Ref: 639
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Inlaid Mahogany Armchair
A very pretty inlaid mahogany armchair from the Edwardian period. Of fine construction in solid mahogany and decorated with satinwood banding and boxwood stringing throughout. Fitted with a charming woolwork tapestry seat and offered for sale in excellent condition, with a great colour and patina. This lovely chair would sit well in a range of different room scenarios within the modern home.

Dimensions:
Width 59cms
Depth 50cms
Height 107cms
Ref: 110
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Inlaid Mahogany and Satinwood Armchair
A pretty, late Victorian, inlaid mahogany and satinwood armchair. Constructed in good quality solid mahogany with an inset inlaid satinwood panel to the back splat and further inlaid stringing decoration throughout. Of scrolling form and shape with a carved crest to the top and further carved detailing to the knees. The central inlaid satinwood panel depicts a musical and floral scene. The upholstery to the seat is a tapestry wool-work and is in very good order. This appealing and elegant chair is offered for sale in excellent original condition, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 69cms
Depth 53cms
Overall height 99cms
Seat height 46cms
Ref: 842
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Pair of Queen Anne Style Walnut Chairs
A good pair of solid walnut Queen Anne style chairs. Of very generous proportions with lovely shape. The vase shaped back splat is surmounted by a carved top rail. The strong cabriole legs terminate in pad feet and are decorated with carved detailing to the knees. This pair of chairs would serve well in a variety of room settings in the modern home. They are offered for sale in excellent original condition, free from wobbles and with a great colour and patina.

Dimensions:
Width 56cms
Depth 46cms
Height 100cms
Ref: 566
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Arts and Crafts Oak Armchair
A stylish Arts and Crafts period inlaid oak armchair in the manner of Charles Voysey. Well constructed in solid oak, now with a mellow colour and patina. Decorated with chequer banded inlay to the back. Upholstered in green leather. This chair bears many of the design features redolent of the period. It is strong and sturdy, ready to go straight into the home.

Dimensions:
Width 60cms
Depth 52cms
Overall height 114cms
Seat height 47cms

Charles Vosey was born in Yorkshire in 1857, the son of a nonconformist minister. This spiritual upbringing, coupled with his rural surroundings, was to have a strong influence on Voysey’s work. Privately educated, he studied architecture and design under J. P. Seddon and others before establishing his own practice in 1882.

Initially Voysey focussed on textiles and wallpapers, supplying designs to Liberty, Alexander Morton and others. A shrewd businessman, he kept and reused many of his patterns, which featured birds, exotic flora and, later, heraldry symbols.

Voysey later branched into architectural design. His main period of house-building was between 1895 and 1910, which coincides with his most prolific period of furniture design. Most Voysey antiques, such as his antique dining chairs and cabinets, were originally destined for his houses, which he believed should be spiritual and uplifting. His furniture, like his panelling, made extensive use of unstained light oak, avoiding heavy ornamentation in favour of simplicity and restraint. Decoration was sparse but well employed; Voysey’s trademarks include decorative heart and bird motifs, and Puginesque strap hinges, which were used extensively on his antique chests, bookcases and cabinets.
Ref: 435
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Late Victorian Inlaid Chair
A fine quality and pretty little inlaid mahogany chair from the late Victorian period. Made from solid mahogany and inset with ivorine stringing inlay. A decorative panel of inlay of rosewood, ivorine and boxwood is to be found on the back. It is has a lovely shape , very stylish and feminine. Standing on its original brass and ceramic castors. The pale blue upholstery is in serviceable condition but has a few minor marks. This attractive chair could feature in a number of different room scenarios, eg living room, bedroom etc . Please also see our previous listing for the matching settee.

Dimensions:
Width 46cms
Depth 47cms
Height 77cms
Ref: 888
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Victorian Rosewood Child's Chairs
A delightful child's chair from the mid-Victorian period. Well made from a good grade of dense, solid rosewood. With lovely barley twist uprights to the back and legs. The seat is the original , woolwork tapestry. This charming little chair is offered for sale in excellent original condition.

Dimensions:
Width 46cms
Depth 40cms
Height 88cms
Ref: 831
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Thonet Bentwood Childs Armchair
A charming bentwood armchair of childs proportions from the renowned producers Thonet of Austria. Well made in beech with a decorative design to the seat panel. This lovely chair is offered for sale in excellent original condition.

Dimensions:
Width 42cms
Depth 36cms
Height 64cms
Ref: 421
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Oak Barley Twist Armchair
A good solid oak carver armchair with barley twist supports. Ideal for use as a desk chair. It has a good depth of colour and is offered for sale in excellent original condition.

Dimensions:
Width 54cms
Depth 54cms
Height 102cms
Ref: 811
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