Neoclassical-style spoon-back chair with hand-carved splat of intertwined
griffins, caned seat and saber legs. Front legs sit on brass castors. No maker's mark. Seat, 18"H with removable cushion. Arms, 21"H. Some age wear to wood and upholstery.
A pair of mid-19th century English shield back
hall chairs covered in Madcap Cottage for Robert Allen @ Home Tivoli Stripe fabric in Rhubarb. Note how the rich wood graining and Mahogany-hued stained finish makes the red and white stripe ...
19th-century Qing dynasty Chinese debutante chair. Used by
aristocracy allowing daughters to sit/greet suitors under the watchful eye of parents. Done in rare type of Chinese rosewood called blackwood that was only accessible to Asian royalty due to price. Seat, ...