Quality Georgian Mahogany Antique Desk Chair / Side Chair

£595.00

Quality Georgian Mahogany Antique Desk Chair / Side Chair

This Quality early 19th Century Georgian Mahogany Antique Desk Chair / Side Chair circa, 1800  has a lovely shaped back with spectacular pierced scrolled splat, elegant out swept arms and stands on splayed back legs and has turned front legs.

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Quality Georgian Mahogany Antique Desk Chair / Side Chair

This Quality early 19th Century Georgian Mahogany Antique Desk Chair / Side Chair circa, 1800  has a lovely shaped back with spectacular pierced scrolled splat, elegant out swept arms and stands on splayed back legs and has turned front legs. This quality antique chair has a H stretcher for added stability and the Mahogany has aged to a warm shade with a striking grain, good patina, is in very good condition and has been beautifully cleaned using a traditional form of wax finishing.

Approximate Dimensions

Height: 87 cm / 34 inches

Width: 56 cm / 22 inches

Depth: 48 cm / 19 inches

Seat Height: 48 cm / 19 inches

Ref No: 07533

 

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  • Jane,
    Dear JamieThis is just to say I am delighted with my chairs – they are beautiful. The delivery guys were here soon after your earliest estimated time which was great. I shall certainly follow your website looking for other furniture to enjoy, use and treasure. Kind regards, Jane
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