Antique Chairs: Desk Chairs and Library Chairs

This is a very good quality antique William 1V mahogany desk chair has recently been upholstered in a deep red coloured hide with studded borders. This is a very comfortable and capacious antique chair with deep padded sprung seat with a serpentine seat rail.
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Date: circa 1835
Reference: SN708
Price: £1,350
A very good quality pair of antique George 1V desk chairs  made from well figured mahogany timbers.
The chairs have a curved central splat with generous scrolling arms and padded seats in dark red hide with brass studded borders.
The front legs are turned and reeded and the rear legs are elegantly swept back.



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Date: circa 1830
Reference: SN721
Price: £1,750
A good pair of antique elm and beech 'captains' Windsor armchairs in original condition. These type of chairs were very popular at the turn of the century being very sturdy, hard wearing and comfortable to sit in. They were used in many environments such as offices...
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Date: circa 1900
Reference: SN695
Price: £850
Sale Price: £680
This very attractive and comfortable antique library chair is made from solid tulipwood, a rare timber mainly used for decorative veneers.
It has recently benefitted from a traditional professional restoration including cleaning and wax polishing the timber frame and new upholstery in a good quality crimson hide.
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Date: circa 1835
Reference: SN697
Price: £2,850
A very good quality pair of antique George 1V open armchairs made from well figured mahogany timbers. The chairs have a carved central splat with generous scrolling arms and padded drop-in seats recently upholstered in burgundy hide.
The front legs are turned and reeded and the rear legs are elegantly swept back.
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Date: circa 1830
Reference: SN691
Price: £1,750
This This beautiful fine quality antique armchair is made from satinwood* inlaid into mahogany. A great deal of skill and care has been employed in the manufacture of this lovely chair designed in the Georgian style of the late 18th century. 
The back of the chair is inlaid with various woods and pen-work to depict an urn with foliage swags. 
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Date: circa 1890
Reference: SN677
Price: £950
This good quality carved antique rosewood stool is in good original condition and a rare survivor from early 19th century with no breaks or old repairs. The stool has been made to the highest standard from top quality timbers and has the original finish.
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Date: circa 1835
Reference: SN713
Price: £1,850
This pair of antique mahogany armchairs are made from good quality timbers in the 'Chippendale style' of the mid-18th century. They are very comfortable, being a large size with carved shaped backs with intricately hand carved central splats.
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Date: circa 1890
Reference: SN625
Price: £1,950
Sale Price: £1,500
This set of four antique mahogany armchairs are in the aesthetic style of the late 19th century. They have a very attractive a series of turned spindles supporting a raised shaped back and horseshoe shaped arms. 
The chairs have nicely carved saddle seats with boldly turned legs attached by four turned stretchers in a 'H' formation.
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Date: circa 1880
Reference: SN705
Price: £2,850
This good quality antique  stool was made by the cabinet makers 'Waring and Gillow' in the Chippendale style. 
The solid mahogany frame has a carved border of scrolls and leaves and stands on bold cabriole legs with similar carving to the knees. The legs terminate in well carved hairy paw feet.
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Date: circa 1910
Reference: SN621
Price: £650
Sale Price: £500