Set of Six Victorian Elm Antique Country Kitchen Chairs.

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Set of Six Victorian Elm Antique Country Kitchen Chairs.

Dating from the late Victorian period, circa 1900, this set of six antique country chairs are constructed from elm.

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Set of Six Victorian Elm Antique Country Kitchen Chairs.

Dating from the late Victorian period, circa 1900, this set of six antique country chairs are constructed from elm. They have curved decoratively carved backs above beautifully figured elm seats and stand on turned legs with ‘H’ stretchers for that all important added stability. The elm has aged to a lovely, and very desirable, mellow shade with a striking grain, good patina, is in very good condition and has been beautifully cleaned using a traditional form of wax finishing.

Approx. dimensions are:

Height: 84cm / 33″

Width: 37cm / 14½”

Depth: 37cm / 14½”

Seat Height: 44cm / 17½”

Ref No: 04659

 

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Delivery within mainland England, Scotland and Wales approx £85 + VAT.

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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
  • Jessica,
    Hello James,Thank you for the delivery today. The chairs are lovely and just as good as in your picture. I’m very pleased and can’t understand why people buy modern rubbish when they could have something like these instead!! Best Regards, Jessica
  • Upholstered armchair to West Yorkshire,

    Dear James

    The chair arrived this morning, I am very pleased with it.

    Many Thanks

    Gillian.

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