Two oak armchairs with barley sugar twist decoration and carved arms. Please note that the two drop in seat cushions are not identical. These would probably have been end chairs or carvers from an opulent dinner setting. Their shape makes them ideal also as bedroom, reading or desk chairs. In fact, for what it is worth, I am writing this from a similar chair right now.
85 cm wide x 60 cm deep and 100 cm high at the back.
Price A$ 200 for two
This set of 6 antique dining chairs with leather cloth (not leather) seats and elaborately carved backs was probably made around the late 1800’s. They arrived at the shop with a similar table in oak which is listed separately. The price is for six.
Each chair is 45 cm wide 45 cm deep and 85 cm high at the back.
A pair of french arnchairs made in the Louis XV style in France around 1950. An elegant blue uphostery matched to a carved frame with gilded ormolu decoration. Suitable for the bedroom or lounge.
Price A$ 1260
A set of four dining chairs with strong chrome frames. Made around 1970 and inspired by furniture of the 60’s and 70’s
45 cms wide x 55 cms deep and 91 cms high at the back
Price A$290 for 4
Authentic Billiani cafe chair, made in Italy for restauant ( commercial ) use. The features required, make it ideal for the rigours of family use.
43 cms wide x 42 cms deep and 88 cms high.
Price A$35 each
OK then….there can be no “beating about the bush” here. The upholstery condition is apalling. However may we point out
*Extremely solid frames with literally no movement.
*Quality black laquer finish looks great
*Rare brass metal decoration on the feet, legs, corners and backs.
Six regency reproduction dining chairs looking for new upholstery but useable as they are.
50 cms wide x 46 cms deep and 100 cms high.
Price $190 for 6
Made in France in the early part of the 1900’s. A carved oak frame very solid with an authentic fabric seat and back.
No faults to speak of.
65 cms wide x 70 cms deep and 110 cms high at the back.