Antique Pair of Chairs, English, Oak, Dining, Side, Hall, Edwardian Circa 1910
This is an antique pair of chairs, English oak dining, side or hall chairs dating to the Edwardian era circa 1910.
Delightfully crafted in English oak
Displaying grain interest and good colour
Desirable aged patina throughout
Wavy line, five bar back splats, flanked by barley twists set in opposing flute
Serpentine lower rail and the desirable scroll carved crest rail
Attractive ball finials rise proud of the crest rail
Barley twist front legs in opposing flute
Square section rear legs and 'H' stretcher
Of quality craftsmanship with attractive proportions
Generous 49cm (19.3") seat height
Velour seat pads in good order and providing comfortable, supportive seating
'Drop-in' seat pad would be straight forward to re-upholster
An attractive pair of chairs in classic Edwardian form. Delivered waxed, polished and ready for the home.
Max Width: 48cm (19'')
Max Depth: 47cm (18.5'')
Max Height: 106cm (41.75'')
Seat Width: 46cm (18'')
Seat Depth: 37cm (14.5'')
Seat Height: 49cm (19.25'')
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Our Ref: 11.3370