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A GEORGE II FIGURED ASH, ELM AND OAK WING ARMCHAIR  EARLY 18TH CENTURY  WITH FLATTENED ARMS, FIELDED PANEL-BACK AND SCROLL FINIALS  44½ IN. (113 CM.) HIGH; THE SEAT 15 IN. (38 CM.) HIGH

A GEORGE II FIGURED ASH, ELM AND OAK WING ARMCHAIR EARLY 18TH CENTURY WITH FLATTENED ARMS, FIELDED PANEL-BACK AND SCROLL FINIALS 44½ IN. (113 CM.) HIGH; THE SEAT 15 IN. (38 CM.) HIGH

A GEORGE II OAK PANELLED BOX-SEAT SETTLE  MID 18TH CENTURY  WITH TRIPLE-PANEL BACK AND FRONT  42 IN. (107 CM.) HIGH; 57¼ IN. (146 CM.) WIDE; 22½ IN. (57 CM.) DEEP

A GEORGE II OAK PANELLED BOX-SEAT SETTLE MID 18TH CENTURY WITH TRIPLE-PANEL BACK AND FRONT 42 IN. (107 CM.) HIGH; 57¼ IN. (146 CM.) WIDE; 22½ IN. (57 CM.) DEEP

Located 2015 in the Bow Room of Buckingham Palace, London, UK. Gilt Wood Settee made in France. Gilt wood bow-backed settee with out-curved arms, serpentine seat & 4 cabriole legs with slightly scrolled feet. Upholstered in red silk damask.

An 18th century joined oak Lambing Chair  auction estimate £1,200-1,400

An century joined oak Lambing Chair auction estimate

A QUEEN ANNE OAK GATELEG TABLE -   EARLY 18TH CENTURY, WELSH -  With original finial to the frieze at one end, the other frieze plain, on turned legs and original feet  28½ in. (72 cm.) high; 42 in. (107 cm.) extended; 37 in. (94 cm.) deep

A QUEEN ANNE OAK GATELEG TABLE - EARLY 18TH CENTURY, WELSH - With original finial to the frieze at one end, the other frieze plain, on turned legs and original feet 28½ in. (72 cm.) high; 42 in. (107 cm.) extended; 37 in. (94 cm.) deep

A SMALL GEORGE II WALNUT FRET-CARVED MIRROR  MID 18TH CENTURY  21¾ in. (55 cm.) high; 13½ in. (34 cm.) wide

A SMALL GEORGE II WALNUT FRET-CARVED MIRROR MID 18TH CENTURY 21¾ in. (55 cm.) high; 13½ in. (34 cm.) wide

Chair    Place of origin:  England, Great Britain (made)    Date:  ca. 1720 (made)    Materials and Techniques:  Walnut chair with marquetry decoration and an upholstered drop-in seat.

Chair

Chair Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: ca. 1720 (made) Materials and Techniques: Walnut chair with marquetry decoration and an upholstered drop-in seat.

18th Century Mahogany Adam's Dressing Table. Ladies dressing table, UK, 1770-80

18th Century Mahogany Adam's Dressing Table

View this item and discover similar vanities for sale at - This beautiful ladies dressing table is made of solid mahogany with pine and dill secondary woods.

A DUTCH OAK CHEST OF DRAWERS LATE 18TH CENTURY

A DUTCH OAK CHEST OF DRAWERS LATE 18TH CENTURY

A CHARLES II OAK CHEST  LATE 17TH CENTURY, WEST COUNTRY  WITH PROFUSELY CARVED TWIN-PANEL FRONT WITH STYLISED FLOWER AND SCROLL DETAIL 29 IN. (74 CM.) HIGH; 42½ IN. (108 CM.) WIDE; 17½ IN. (44 CM.) DEEP

A CHARLES II OAK CHEST LATE 17TH CENTURY, WEST COUNTRY WITH PROFUSELY CARVED TWIN-PANEL FRONT WITH STYLISED FLOWER AND SCROLL DETAIL 29 IN. (74 CM.) HIGH; 42½ IN. (108 CM.) WIDE; 17½ IN. (44 CM.) DEEP

1725-1740 British Chair at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "Rush seats were common in the 18th and 19th centuries, even for fashionable chairs such as this. Rush was a cheap but visually appealing and comfortable material for a seat. Itinerant rush-makers replaced rush seats when they wore out, but following the decline in this craft, many chairs which were originally rushed have had their rush replaced with upholstery."

Chair

1725-1740 British Chair at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London - From the curators' comments: "Rush seats were common in the 18th and 19th centuries, even for fashionable chairs such as this. Rush was a cheap but visually appealing and comfortable material for a seat. Itinerant rush-makers replaced rush seats when they wore out, but following the decline in this craft, many chairs which were originally rushed have had their rush replaced with upholstery."

Skinner | Queen Anne Carved Maple Side Chair, probably Boston, c. 1720-40 | Queen Anne Carved Maple Side Chair, probably Boston, c. 1720-40, with spooned scroll-carved cresting, valanced seat frame on block-, vase-, and ring-turned legs joined by a bulbous turned front stretcher and square side stretchers, refinished, (minor imperfections), ht. 41 3/4, seat ht. 17 in.

Skinner | Queen Anne Carved Maple Side Chair, probably Boston, c. 1720-40 | Queen Anne Carved Maple Side Chair, probably Boston, c. 1720-40, with spooned scroll-carved cresting, valanced seat frame on block-, vase-, and ring-turned legs joined by a bulbous turned front stretcher and square side stretchers, refinished, (minor imperfections), ht. 41 3/4, seat ht. 17 in.

c.1820 Baby tenders like this one kept little ones temporarily out of harm's way while older household members performed their day-to-day tasks. New England

Baby tenders like this one kept little ones temporarily out of harm's way while older household members performed their day-to-day tasks.

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