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A Fine Pair of Regency Chairs.

English circa 1805.

The Greek key & lyre shaped back-splat above a saddle seat on sabre legs with roundel bosses.         Almost certainly made by Richard Cartmell & Richard Goad Fletcher in the workshop of Edward Batty, Lancashire - an associate of Gillows.

Dimensions: 84cm (33") high; 48cm (19") wide; 51cm (20") deep.

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A Gothic Oak Hall Bench.

English circa 1830.

The rectangular top above an arcade of Gothic arches on square chamfered legs.

 

Dimensions: 43cm (17”) high; 140cm (55”) wide; 36cm (14.25") deep.

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A "Thebes" Stool.

English circa 1890.

The oak dished seat above three splayed ebonised legs.

Dimensions: 38cm (15") high; 35cm (13.75") wide; 26cm (10.25") deep.

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A Bobbin Armchair.

English circa 1840.

 

The faux rosewood bobbin turnings with upholstered armrests, horsehair squab cushion above bobbin front & swept back legs on brass cap castors.

Wool striped fabric.

Dimensions: 90cm (35.5") high; 62cm (24.5") wide; 66cm (26") deep.

 

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An 19th Century Bobbin Stool.

English circa 1850.

The horsehair upholstered seat above a beech x-frame bobbin support centred by turned roundel decoration.

Provenance: the estate of Lord & Lady Chateris.

Dimensions: 43cm (17") high; 48cm (19) wide; 48cm (19") deep.

 

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A Fine 18th Century Armchair.

English circa 1790.

The curved back, shaped arms & saddle seat on turned tapering front & oblique back legs.

Re-upholstered in hand stitched horsetail, tailored in hand dyed antique linen, finished in hand-patinated close nailing.

Dimensions: 91.5cm (36") high; 63.5cm (25") wide; 61cm (24") deep.

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A Pair of Rosewood Bobbin Chairs.

English circa 1850.

 

The bobbin backs with roundel bosses above a stitched horsehair seat on bobbin front & swept back legs.

 

Dimensions: 84cm (33”) high; 46cm (18”) wide; 48cm (19”) deep.

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A "Thebes" Stool.

English circa 1890.

The dished slatted beech seat above spindle supports & stretchers on ring-turned legs.

Dimensions: 38cm (15") high; 40cm (15.75") wide; 39cm (15.25") deep.

Attributed: Liberty & Co.

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Four Mahogany Bobbin Chairs.

English circa 1840.

 

The bobbin tapering backs  above a caned seat on bobbin front & swept back legs.

Dimensions: 89cm (35") high; 46cm (18") wide; 51cm (20") deep.

 

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A Pair of Mahogany Gothic Chairs.

English circa 1820.

 

The fine mahogany Gothic lancet detailing, stuff-over horsehair seat on sabre legs.

After a design by George Smith (c. 1786 - 1826).

Dimensions: 89cm (35") high; 46cm (18") wide; 53cm (21") deep.

 

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A Fine Pair of George III Hall Chairs.

English circa 1775.

 

The mahogany finely carved oval fan back, centred by a medallion with remnants of a painted crest, above a serpentine seat, on square tapering legs.

In the style of Mayhew & Ince.

Dimensions: 96.5cm (38") high; 48cm (19") wide; 47cm (18.5") deep.

 

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Sixteen Unusual Regency Mahogany

Dining Chairs.

English circa 1815.

Comprising two open armchairs & fourteen side chairs, each with a scrolled tableted toprail above a horizontal acanthus-carved splat centred by a roundel, on scrolled supports, sabre legs.

The drop-in seat re-upholstered in hand-stitched horsetail and covered in antique linen.

 

Dimensions: 84cm (33") high; 48cm (19") wide; 52cm (20.5") deep.

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A Rare Gordon Russell Stool.

English 1923.

Fine chamfered oak frieze & legs. Original tan leather seat centred by unusual circular pierced decoration, brass space nailing.

 

Copper label to the underside inscribed: ‘The Russell Workshops Ltd, Broadway, Worcestershire’.

 

One of Gordon Russell's earliest and most successful Cotswold School pieces, Design no. 39.

Dimensions: 35cm (15") a cube.

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An Overscaled Stool.

English circa 1850.

The one-piece solid elm top above four tapering oak legs.

 

Dimensions: 57cm (22 ½”) high; 51cm (20”) wide; 36cm (14 ½”) deep.

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A George III Mahogany Hall Chair.

English circa 1800.

The back with carved patrae above fluted pilasters centred by a brass roundel, plain seat on turned tapering legs.

After a design by Henry Holland.

Attributed: Gillows, Lancaster.

 

Dimensions: 86.5cm (34") high; 53cm (21") wide; 51cm (20") deep.

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A Fine Set of George III Dining Chairs.

English circa 1800.

The six mahogany chairs with tapering reeded pilasters bridged by guilloche decorated splats, on turned tapering legs.

Re-upholstered in hand stitched horsetail.

 

By William Blackburn: An associate of Gillows.

 

Dimensions: 84.5cm (33 ¼") high; 49.5cm (19 ½”) wide; 47cm (18 ½”) deep.

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A Mahogany Armchair.

English circa 1930.

The carved & curved armchair frame with period leather upholstery.

By Parker Knowle.

 

Dimensions: 91cm (36") high; 71cm (28") wide; 67.5cm (26.5") deep.

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A Fine Pair of Regency Chairs.

English circa 1805.

The Greek key & lyre shaped back-splat above a saddle seat on sabre legs with roundel bosses.         Almost certainly made by Richard Cartmell & Richard Goad Fletcher in the workshop of Edward Batty, Lancashire - an associate of Gillows.

Dimensions: 84cm (33") high; 48cm (19") wide; 51cm (20") deep.

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A Fine Howard & Sons Open Armchair.

English circa 1890.

The mahogany cabriole legs, arms & scroll feet carved with anthemion & acanthus leaf detailing. 

Re-upholstered in horsetail, tailored in brushed cotton, finished in hand-patinated close nailing.

Stamped ‘Howard & Sons, Berners Street’.

Dimensions: 94cm (37") high; 69cm (27") wide; 69cm (27") deep.

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A Pair of George II Curule Stools.

English circa 1760.

In mahogany with a saddle seat, finely turned stretchers & roundel bosses.

Dimensions: 46cm (18") high; 53cm (21") wide; 39cm (15.5") deep.

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A George II Mahogany Hall Chair.

English circa 1750.

 

Of sgabello form, the curved solid mahogany back displaying a painted crest above a monogram with the initials ‘JC’, panelled seat on shaped front legs.

 

Dimensions: 98cm (38 ½”) high; 44cm (17 ¼”) wide; 54.5cm (21 ½”) deep.

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A Pair of George II Mahogany Hall Chairs.

English circa 1750.

Of sgabello form, the curved solid mahogany back displaying a finely painted crest of an Eagle with a kidney in its mouth, the panelled seat on shaped front legs.

 

 

 

Provenance: Benjamin Kidney, Knuston Hall, Northamptonshire.

Dimensions: 99cm (39") high; 41cm (16") wide; 51cm (20") deep.

A George III Fanback Side Chair.

English circa 1790.

The shaped mahogany top-rail above a pierced

and waisted splat, on fine fluted legs joined by an H-stretcher. Re-upholstered in horsetail & covered in antique glazed linen.

Attributed to Gillows.

Dimensions: 91cm (36") high; 55cm (21.5") wide; 57cm (22.5") deep.

A Rare 19th Century Astronomer's Armchair.

English circa 1860.

The unusual raked arms on line-decorated uprights. Re-upholstered in horsetail, covered in antique leather from the Metta Catharina shipwreck of 1786, finished in hand-patinated close nailing.

Dimensions: 97cm (38") high; 61cm (24") wide; 71cm (28") deep.

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