A good, ebonised, faux bamboo "Sussex" chair with recently re-worked rushwork seat.
55cm wide x 53cm deep x 84cm high
An oak and elm primitive armchair from Carmarthenshire, c.1880, with unusual carved hexafoil detail to the arched back and interesting forward...
53cm wide x 58cm deep x 90cm high
Shapely, 19thC Upholstered Armchair
56cm wide x 83cm deep x 86cm high
Interetsingly designed, late 19thC oak desk chair with generous seat and padded leather back - beautifull made and extremely comfortable. The leather...
59cm wide x 72cm deep x 107.5cm high
A rare oak easel seat with ratchet locking adjustable height. It is identical to one Iocated in the U.S made by Lechertier Barbe and Co, Regent...
32cm wide x 59cm deep x 123cm high
Very good-looking, large and wide, well carved 19thC oak bench in the Gothic style.
183cm wide x 52cm deep x 42cm high
A pair of oak Arts and Crafts armchairs c.1890 with rush seats.
55cm wide x 51cm deep x 118cm high
A very handsome and practical set of three 1960's Children's stools with mahogany seats and footrests.
31.5cm wide x 31.5cm deep x 51cm high
A very unusual, metamorphic, late 19thC, oak Arts and Crafts child's high seat which turns into a desk. A really nice and well made thing....
51cm wide x 54cm deep x 103cm high
A very grand, oversized, gothic style, late 19thC French Armchair...!
84cm wide x 60cm deep x 85cm high
A really handsome 1930's red leather club chair in heavy Art Deco style with beautifully arched arms and solid sloping back. Most importantly the...
84cm wide x 77cm deep x 84cm high
An interesting late 19thC oak neo- classical oak hall seat with detailed carving to either side and a shield on both front and back.
80cm wide x 46cm deep x 68cm high