Pairs of Chairs


Fine Pair of Sheraton Polychrome Painted Faux Rosewood Side Chairs, each reticulated splat supporting an oval panel painted with the three Graces in flowing robes in a landscape, with floral painted guilloche apron and paterae to the corners, on flared tapering bamboo front legs. English circa 1790

Height: 33¾" Seat Height with cushion:19" Seat Width: 18 ½" Total Width:19 ½" Seat Depth: 15½" Total Depth: 20”

Pair Irish Chippendale Period Carved Mahogany Side Chairs

The shaped top rail above a carved and pierced splat with over upholstered seat, with acanthus carved cabriole legs ending in scroll feet. Irish, c, 1770. Illustrated in F. Lewis Hinckley " A Directory of Antique Furniture," 1953 edition, page 248, Illustration No. 775.

Height: 37 3/4" Width: 25" Depth: 23 1/4"Seat Height: 18" Seat Width: 23 1/2" Seat Depth:18"

Stock#: 9116

Chinese Chippendale Period Ladderback Open Armchairs

Very fine Pair of Chinese Chippendale period ladderback open armchairs, having shaped and piercedsplats with outcurvate stiles shaped arms and supports over a drop seat with show wood rails above 'bamboo" turned legs and stretchers. English c. 1765. A side chair of this model is illustrated color plate 105 in Gillows of Lancaster & London 1730-1840 by Susan E. Stuart. Plate 104 shows a colored sketch by Gillows for this model "fiddle back" chair.

Height: 36" Width: 22 3/4" Depth: 18 1/2"

Stock#: 9949

William & Mary Period Carved Walnut Tall Back Side Chairs

Rare Pair of William & Mary Period Carved Walnut Tall Back Side Chairs, each with a scrolled shaped moulded top rail, above matching stiles centering a caned splat with slim cushions on the caned seats and a shaped incised apron above hipped incised cabriole legs, joined by turned stretchers. English circa 1690

Height: 46 1/2" Width:18 1/2" Depth:18 3/4"

Stock#: 5008

SOLD Regency Period Japanned Open Armchairs

Fine Pair of Regency Period Japanned Open Armchairs, the turned toprail having a tablet center decorated with polychrome and gilt swags above a horizontal pierced splat with central tablet with gilt musical instruments, on ring-turned front legs ending in toupie feet. English circa 1800