Very fine set of 12 antique dining chairs comprising two carvers and ten single dining chairs. This set of chairs are a generous shape with large sweep to the back lags, deep seat and fine crisp carving. There are many aspects to their design that can be found in the Gillow sketch books. Although they are not stamped, the design is too similar to be a coincidence. Also note the use of Goncalo Alves timber and the ‘drop-on’ squab onto cane seat so typical of Gillow.
Set of 12 nineteenth century antique dining chairs after a design by Thomas Hepplewhite. These are very well constructed chairs in the eighteenth century manner, with tenon jointed frames and proper corner stretchers. They are made of the finest mahogany, the carving is very precise and the backs are inlaid with box wood. English circa 1880-1900
Set of twelve “Boomerang” dining chairs by Alfred Christensen, with the characteristic boomerang shape forming the sides of the seat and the back. Elegant, laid back design. The look of the teak varies a bit between the chairs.
This set of twelve 19th century antique Chippendale dining chairs are made to a design that originated in the George III period of the 18th century. These antique dining chairs are large, solid and made of a good quality dense grained mahogany. The carving is restrained and crisp, they have a good shape to the arms, a pronounced splay to the back legs and H frame stretchers for added strength.
Custom upholstered dining chair set with four side chairs, model 4710S, 23" x 25 ½" x 32 ½", seat height of 18 ¾", with brass hand hold at the crest, fabric with royal blue, turquoise, and green stripes. Two arm chairs, model 4710A, 23" x 25 ½" x 32 ½" with 27 ½" arm. Tapered legs.
Designed by Roberto Barazzuol and Cristian Malisan, this striking chair revisits mid-century style with a fresh, contemporary eye. This extremely versatile piece is stackable and suitable for both home and public spaces. By a dining table, or in an office space, this chair will imbue the space with retro chic. The metal structure is made of iron that was powder coated in white (other colors are available), while the seat and backrests are in 12 mm-thick birch plywood.
A modern and sophisticated piece that will make a statement in an elegant dining room, particularly when surrounded by Adele C chair, this rectangular table was designed by Ron Gilad. The extra clear tempered crystal top (12 mm thick) rests on a striking structure in solid ash with an open pore black paint. The two elements, contrasting in color, texture, and volumes, create a unique duo of strong visual impact.