Pair of English Regency Rosewood Side Chairs - A pair of English Regency rosewood side chairs, ca. 1810, in good order with caned seats. Your eye will be pleased by the spiral carved crests on curved stiles holding a central support of ormolu medallions bracedContinue reading
American Walnut Hepplewhite Armchair - American walnut Hepplewhite armchair in a marvelous warm finish, having a pierced back splat with water-leaf carving. Slip seat. An ideal desk chair. H. 38.5″, w. 23.5″, d. 19″. $395.
English George III Set of Seven Dining Chairs -   The wood most loved in the late Chippendale period, mahogany, with its rich, dense, chocolatey tones. Of the late 18th century, we have seven of these by the same shop. To make eight, weContinue reading
English Queen Anne Chairs - These splendid early 18th century antique English “Queen Anne” chairs are of walnut with polished old finishes. They are sold here as a mixed set of five. The graceful curving splats are below yoke crests. There are fourContinue reading
English Walnut Chippendale Style George III Armchair, - English walnut Chippendale style George III armchair, circa 1760s. Shaped ears rest on a strapwork back with carved scrolls flanked by serpentine arms ternminating in scrolls. All is above reeded square legs and stretchers. Minor repairs.Continue reading
English Chippendale Style George III - An especially nice English Chippendale style George III, circa 1760s, armchair with a shapely flaring carved crest above a strapwork splat with s-curve arms terminating in carved hand holds. The base shows its Marlboro legsContinue reading
British Mahogany Armchair - British mahogany armchair, 19th century. A most sturdy and comfortable armchair which could be perfect as a desk or pull up chair. H. 34″ w. 21″ d. 21″ $245
British Mahogany 19th Century Armchair - A British mahogany 19th century armchair with the carved details and caned seat this makes me think of the Anglo-Indian colonial chairs. The caned seat suggests a loose cushion here. H. 33″ w. 22″ d.Continue reading
Early Georgian Library Chair - Of importance in design with elegance and distinction, this early Georgian library chair in walnut, ca. 1750, is most notable. Comfortable with its raked back, rare carved details appear on handholds, wrists, arm supports, knees and feet.Continue reading
Louis XIII Walnut Armchair – SOLD - A Louis XIII walnut armchair of large and comfortable proportions. Of the late 1600-early 1700s, the substantial example has shapely arms on s-curve supports over the mouton legs with scrolling stretchers. H. 44″, w. 28″, d. 31″. $700.

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