Antique Wood Dining Chairs
  1. VML

    Antique Medallion-Back Side Chair - Vermilion Designs - mustard/multi

    More Details Antique hand-painted medallion-back side chair in the Sheraton style. Delicate hand-painted floral garlands surround the medallions and adorn much of the frame on the arms and legs. Back splat is a painted urn with painted Prince of Wales plumes. Upholstered in plaid cotton fabric. Frame has support brackets under each arm. No maker's mark. Arms: 27"H. Seat: 18.5"H.
  2. XCK

    Italian Side Chairs - Set of 2 - beige/multi

    More Details Pair of Venetian-style hand-painted wood side chairs. Newly upholstered in linen. Seats, 20"H. Age wear on frames.
  3. NWB

    Louis XVI Style Side Chair - Chez Vous - rose/cream/tan

    More Details French Louis XVI style accent chair; perfect for the entry, hallway, or boudoir. Berry hued fabric accented with striated, complementary colored textile on the back , antiqued natural wood finish. Sourced through a to-the-trade antique importer, possibly French in origin. No maker's marks. Seat, 19"H. Very good vintage condition; structurally sound, minor finish wear, fabric stain from storage (as shown), we leave it to the buyer for stain removal/fabric replacement.
  4. BJT

    Antique Chinese Horseshoe-Back Chair - FEA Home - natural

    More Details 19th-century Chinese horseshoe-back chair made from elm wood. The square seat stands on four subtle legs reinforced by stretchers. A hand-carved medallion with characters adorn the back. Seat, 17"H. Natural patina. Age wear.
  5. KBL

    Antique Elizabethan-Style Armchairs - Set of 2 - Blink Home Vintique - brown

    More Details Set of two antique English Elizabethan-style armchairs featuring two similar designs with Chippendale crests, turned spindles, Queen Anne and hoof feet, and rush seats. Seats, 16.75"H; arms, 26.25"H. Light wear.
  6. LHN

    Set of 6 Louis XIII Style Chairs - 1920s - Negrel Antiques - brown/multi

    More Details A handsome set of six French dining side chairs in the style of Louis XIII, circa 1920s. Sturdy walnut frames with turned baluster front legs and double stretchers, and back legs with square posts. Well stuffed for comfort on the seats and backs. Purchased in the Provence Region, the chairs were reupholstered with a patterned fabric in tones of mauve, blue-gray and navy, with solid gray backs, probably in the 1970s. Finished out in antique ...