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26 March 2017
CHAIRS AND SEATING
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Pair of early C19th George III period mahogany hall-chairs.
Pair of early C19th George III period mahogany hall-chairs. Elegant pair of simply-designed chairs constructed in heavy Cuban mahogany. Standing on turned legs with solid seats, the classical shaped backs with vacant moulded ovals for armorial decoration, with shaped scrolls above a stepped lower back. No crucial breaks to backs , though one chair has faded in sun-light and has an old repair to back panel. The reverse of backs carved with 'finger-grip' notchs for moving. H (of backs)36" x W(of seat)18"x H 18". England c. 1800
Ref: MLWH 143
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Pair of early C20th French gilt-wood boudoir/salon armchairs
Pair of early C20th French gilt-wood boudoir/salon armchairs . Pair of Louis XVI style open-arm,oval cameo-back , cabriole-leg armchairs . Foliate and ribbon-tied carved detail to the frames , fitted castors to front legs. Sound strong frames, old neutral 'shot-silk' covering with piped edges, which has some marks and stains and may benefit from re-upholstering.

Some rubbing to gilt , but good opulent 'shabby chic' look.

Useful decorative pair of bedroom or occasional chairs.
H(back)38"
H(seat)18"
W(arms)22" .
France c.1920
Ref: MLHB 149
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Pair of early C19th Anglo-Indian carved teak side chairs.
Pair of early C19th Anglo-Indian carved teak side chairs . Smart pair of teak chairs with elaborately carved top rails with leaf and vine decoration . Well carved central lumbar splat with stylised anthemion motif . Carved seat rails to front and sides , raised on carved fore-legs with porcelain-wheeled castors.

Recent over-stuffed upholstered seats with an Indian-inspired fabric featuring a tigers, monkeys elephants and attendants.

Sound frames with no breaks , with evidence of later strengthening on underside.
Heavy quality timber of good original colour with some minor areas of water-staining.

Stylish pair of side or hall chairs.
H 34"
W 19"
D 17"
India c.1830
Ref: ML 166
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C19th Victorian period majolica-type glazed pottery garden or 'grotto' seat fashioned as a tree-stump.
C19th Victorian period majolica-type glazed pottery garden or 'grotto' seat , fashioned as a tree-stump. Interesting green and brown glazed garden seat with naturalistic bark and cut-branch detail .
The top with hand-hold cut-out for ease of transportation.

Unmarked to underside , but of the type of fashionable majolica pottery-ware produced during the mid-C19th by the likes of Mintons.

The top has small firing crack from central hand-hold , whilst the underside has some small stress cracks from base.
Highly decorative and functional piece for use in a garden , orangery or conservatory .
H 18"
W 14"
D 13"
England c.1860
Ref: ML165
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Pair of C18th provincially-made 'country Chippendale' type alder-wood side/hall-chairs.
Pair of C18th provincially-made 'country Chippendale' type alder-wood side/hall-chairs. Great rich patina and colour ,shaped cresting rails with pierced and shaped splats with inverted heart-shape pierced decoration to base. The solid seats with a moulded edge , of wonderful colour and glow. Square-section legs with an 'H' stretcher. Good original condition with no breaks or repairs . Minor evidence of historic wood-worm.
H(back)39"
W 19"
D 15"
England c.1780
Ref: MLPS 126
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