These are some of the strongest chairs we have seen in the last 30 years. Also in excellent condition having been recently re-upholstered.
Made around 1950.
We like to think they are in the classical style and arrived here from the same home, with a similar Chippendale dining table that is priced separately and still available if required. $295 for six.
44 cms wide, 45 cms deep and 90 cms high at the back
Bristol blue glass lamp $195. French extension table $1320 Chinese laquered cabinet $290. Chandelier from Paris $995.
One of a set of four reproduction bentwood café chairs $89 each. In the background a tribal carving of a ‘male’ warrior $195. And two of six Jacobean Revival oak dining chairs similar to the two armchairs recently mentioned. This set $295 for six.
Lakeside window Saturday night. Extension table from Hong Kong, 490 dollars in Rosewood. Chandelier from Paris France 750 dollars for the dining table 8 chairs available, 49 dollars each.
One of eight chandeliers currently in stock. 1930-2000 $80 to $300.
This may seem a trifle old fashioned. However we feel that for about 300 years people have been enjoying their meals with these accessories .Maybe even longer.
Farmhouse table with tuned legs. Repro. $99
Rush seated chairs Repro. $45each
Small pine dresser antique c 1900 $285.
Refectory table from Paris 208c x 75c $1875. Six oak chairs, reproductions in the style of Louis XV, in oak, also from France $895 for six. And in the back an A shaped wine rack that holds ten dozen for $525. Two of these are available and you’ll
never guess what country they were made in. That’s right! Fabrique en France.