Walnut Dining Chairs

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Walnut Regency Dining Chairs

Walnut Regency Dining Chairs

Walnut Regency Dining Chairs

– Gorgeous set of 10 walnut Regency style dining chairs
– Stunning set – lovely design with a minimal backsplat, still very comfy to sit in
– Set consists of two arm chairs and 8 side chairs
– Solid and sturdy
– Various dining tables to match these chairs so let us know if you are interested in a complete set
– Offered in great shape ready for home use right away
– Will ship to anywhere in the world

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George II Walnut Dining Chairs

George II Walnut Dining Chairs

George II Walnut Dining Chairs

– Viewings possible in our Hertfordshire warehouse – please contact
– Absolutely stunning set of 10 English George II dining chairs in walnut
– Set consists of two arm chairs and eight carvers
– Unusual to get a set of chairs like this in walnut
– Chairs feature intricately carved backsplats with typical George II motifs
– Chairs chunky and solid – comfortable and will last for many generations
– Ball and Claw feet give these a solid feel-
– Recently reupholsterd in new fabric so clean
– Will ship to anywhere in the world

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Queen Anne Walnut Dining Chairs

Queen Anne Walnut Dining Chairs

Queen Anne Walnut Dining Chairs

This set of walnut dining chairs have come back from the restorers where they had a repolish so they are ready for home use right away – solid, sturdy, these chairs are built to last and will serve you well. The veneer to the burr walnut is beautiful and still has the pungent aroma of fresh polish.

The Queen Anne Style is name applied to three separate styles: an early 18th-century style of decorative arts and architecture, an architectural style of the late 19th century in England, and a similar architectural style of the late 19th century in America. The first refers to design during the reign of Queen Anne, which began in 1702 and lasted until 1714. The style extended partly into the reign of her successor, George I. Hallmarks of Queen Anne furniture design are chairs with cabriole legs and backs curved to fit the spine, and a variety of small tables suited to serving tea. Silverware, graceful in line, is unadorned. In architecture, 18th-century Queen Anne style is associated with small residential buildings, typically of brickā€”as opposed to contemporary English Baroque buildings. Queen Anne style was revived in England about 1870 in the series of red brick London town houses and Elizabethan-style manor houses built by the English architect and urban designer Richard Norman Shaw. Influenced by Shaw\\\’s work, American designers adapted the style to American tastes.

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