19th Century Wainscott Armchair
19th Century carved oak wainscott armchair. This chair is fully jointed together with box stretchers, solid seat and turned arm supports, with carvings to the top back of the chair.
Victorian Button Back Armchair
A late Victorian button-back armchair, standing on shaped front legs, with knurled feet and terminating with casters. The shaped back has carved decoration to the top, together with knurled ends to the side supports. The chair is re-upholstered in a soft pale turquoise, with a deep cream diamond pattern running throughout,.
Victorian Walnut Armchair
A Victorian (circa 1880) walnut open button-back armchair, standing on turned front legs and splayed back legs, with casters. The chair has padded arms with knurled ends. It has been upholstered in two fabrics – one, a silk linen weave with flowers and two, a matching plain fabric in a soft beige colour.
Victorian Mahogany Armchair
A Victorian, mahogany armchair, standing on turned legs with the original casters. The chair’s provenence is of Bramcote school Scarboro. It has a loose back cushion and is upholstered in a heavy cotton, weaved fabric in subtle shades of beige and green.
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