Unusual Decorative Pair of Victorian Antique Gilt Side Chairs

£575.00

Unusual Decorative Pair of Victorian Antique Gilt Side Chairs

This Unusual 19th Century Decorative Pair of Victorian Antique Gilt Side Chairs / Hall Chairs date from ca. 1890 and have oval moulded back and seats with ribbon carvings, caning and beautifully turned carved legs.

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Unusual Decorative Pair of Victorian Antique Gilt Side Chairs

This Unusual 19th Century Decorative Pair of Victorian Antique Gilt Side Chairs / Hall Chairs date from ca. 1890 and have oval moulded back and seats with ribbon carvings, caning and beautifully turned carved legs. They come with two additional removable upholstered cushions. These lovely antique chairs have the original gilt finish, are in lovely country house condition with charm, character and have been beautifully cleaned using a traditional form of wax finishing.

Approximate Dimensions are:

Height: 92.5 cm / 36.5 inches

Width: 45 cm / 18 inches

Depth: 41 cm / 16 inches

Seat Height: 42.5 cm / 17 inches

Ref No: 07335

 

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  • Philippe,
    Hi James,The pair of chairs has been delivered in perfect condition. It was a pleasure to deal with you. Kind regards Philippe
  • Caroline,
    Hi James,Thank you so much, the Chairs are lovely and delivery was very punctual and I was away on time! Best wishes, Caroline
  • Elizabeth,
    Hello James,Just to say the Pr Georgian Antique carver armchairs have arrived @ 6.45 am! Exactly what I had expected so am absolutely delighted. I feel they have a story to tell! Thank you so much. You have been a pleasure to deal with. With very best wishes, Elizabeth

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