Early 19th Century Regency Period Set Of Eight Mahogany & Ebony Inlaid Dining Chairs

 Early 19th Century Regency Period Set Of Eight Mahogany & Ebony Inlaid Dining Chairs
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Early 19th Century Regency Period Set Of Eight Mahogany & Ebony Inlaid Dining Chairs

England
Circa 1805
The dining chairs are inlaid with Greek key ebony designs, centred with flamed mahogany panels to the top rails above 'Klismos' X-shaped splats and centred on a flamed mahogany & ebony inlaid plaques and flanked by channelled up right supports. The dining chairs stand on sabre legs and ebony inlays to seat rails.
H 82.50cm (32.48 inches) W 50.00cm (19.69 inches) D 54.00cm (21.26 inches)
Framed Height 82.50cm (32.48inches)
Framed Width 54.00cm (21.26inches)
£8,250
Stock No: FCS582

Condition

The seat covers are in country house condition and will be re-upholstered at our cost when the buyer provides a fabric of choose. The chairs retain a good colour and patina.

Provenance

A similar set of twenty-four chairs were supplied by Gillow of Lancaster to the Brooke Family for Mere Hall, Knutsford, Cheshire in 1803.
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