Three Amazing Quality Early 19th Century Gothic Oak Armchairs, Circa 1820

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Description

These are top of the tree quality with some lovely features. Starting from the top there is a lovely shaped and carved cresting rail with spire finials, Gothic trefoil fret back, shaped, and carved scroll arms and lovely turned and shaped front legs. These are in absolutely original condition and there is a signature stamped on one of the rails underneath but I can't quite work out what it says but I must say if I'd made them I too would want to put my name on them. They are fab!

SOLD IN EXISTING CONDITION

Product Code: CHA-10011

Dimensions:

Width: 600mm
Depth: 590mm
Height: 1200mm

Price Information:

£1,850.00 +VAT

For The Set

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Antique & Reclaimed

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