Antique Hall Chairs were first introduced in the late Georgian period, usually made in pairs and in Mahogany or Oak woods. These dainty antique chairs were often built by skilled cabinet makers in fine timbers and ornately carved with scrolls, shell motifs or even inlays. Hall chairs were situated in the entrance or hall and used for guests to wait until they were invited into dining rooms and they were also used for servants to wait during servings. Although they are small, they are very decorative and can make quite a show piece as you come into your home. They are also very practical as they are small so will fit anywhere and can be used as an extra side or dining chair when needed. Have a look below at our lovely examples available for sale.