Walnut Armchair

Lovely 18th Century Gorge 1st walnut armchair in very good original condition, retaining a wonderful rich toffee colour. It has its original rush seat. The hoof foot has been nicely carved and works well with the chair.

23″ wide
18″ deep
18″ seat height
42″ high

Price £1650 SOLDDSC_0018 DSC_0006 DSC_0010 DSC_0012 DSC_0013 DSC_0014

Oak Wainscot Chair

A Superb 17th Century Oak Wainscot Chair of generous proportions. The ear pieces excellently carved in the form of a bird are thought to be a feature of south Yorkshire chair making at this period.

46″ high
25″ wide
18″ deep
18″ and a quarter, seat height from floor



£ 5800

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Pair Of Walnut Side Chairs

A fine and very nicely carved pair of 19th century walnut side chairs, of good solid construction with shell carved knee and claw and ball foot.


Price £1950  SOLD


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Pair Of Walnut Chairs

A pair of important early 18th century Queen Ann side chairs in remarkably good condition retaining a wonderful untouched colour and patina.
Each with vase shaped splats inlaid with the figure Erato. It is worth noting the well shaped and superbly carved cabriolet legs, also the profile of the backs, the shape of which really flows.

These chairs relate to group of chairs possibly by Henry Williams (fl.1717-58) which are discussed in Lucy Wood’s latest publication on furniture in the Lady Lever Art Gallery, The Upholstered Furniture in the Lady Lever Art Gallery, Volume I, p.205-227. Similarities in the marquetry can be drawn with the chairs illustrated.


Henry Williams of Long Acre is listed as joiner and cabinet-maker 1717-58, see C.Gilbert & G.Beard, Dictionary of English Furniture Makers 1660-1840, p.980. He was the successor to Richard Roberts as chairmaker to the Royal Family and was extensively patronised by
Frederick, Prince of Wales. Furniture was supplied to Windsor Castle, Somerset House, Kensington Palace, Hampton Court and the Houses of Parliament. He also supplied furniture for various members of the gentry and aristocracy including Sir Paul Methuen and Sir John Dutton.


See also Sotheby’s, London, The Norman Adams Legacy 1923-2009,
lot 110 for a set of four George I walnut and marquetry side chairs with
similar marquetry on the splats.

Price £4500 SOLD

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Child’s Rocking Chair

Lovely Early 19th century elm and fruit wood childs chair of stunning rich warm colour.
In very good condition.

Price £650

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Cherry Wood Arm Chair

A rare 18th Century cherry wood arm chair of fabulous rich warm colour and patina.

Circa 1780

Price £1800

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Child’s Rocking Chair

18th Century Elm Child’s Rocking Chair of superb design, with deeply shaped O.G pattern throughout. wonderful rich warm colour in wild grain Elm. The overall condition and patina of this chair along with pleasing proportions make it special.

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Carved Lancashire Chair

17th Century Oak Lancashire chair of good colour and condition. Brass sections added to the front feet at the tip later additions.

Price £ 700

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Wainscott Chair

17th Century oak wainscot chair of superb colour and patina with nicely carved panel and top rail,well shaped arms and good turned legs with scratch molded rails. one board of seat replaced some time ago with period timber. Although this chair has lost a little height it has never been a tall chair, the back legs are now supported by two Minnie turned balls to balance the chair. seat height 15″

22″ wide
16″ and a half deep

Price £1850

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Regency Childs Chair

Regency period Mahogany child’s chair of beautiful solid construction fine timbers and lovely colour.

16″ seat wide point
12″ deep
25″ high

Price £1100

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Primative Ash Chair

A rare 18th century primitive ash chair of wonderful colour and patina with traces of early paint. back middle leg replaced some time ago in keeping with the piece, colour matches very well.

Price £1200 SOLD

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Pair of Oak Back Stools

Pair of early 18th century oak chairs of good colour with verse shaped splats and shaped top rail.

Price £750 SOLD

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Lancishire Chair

17th century oak Lancashire chair, super colour in good original condition.

Price £750

Circa 1680

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