Take a seat on the many chairs and stools across periods and styles that have inspired us in different ways, always to settle in comfort!
H:80 x W:58 x D:55 cm
These early 20th c chairs feature caned seats and backs in a contemporary style
Very slight damage to canning
H:43 x W:98 x D:36 cm
This versatile seat is newly upholstered and in good solid condition
H:104 x W:60 x D:62 cm
Made of well figured burl wood veneer, possibly amboyna with rosewood edges, or ebony. Upholstery shows some wear.
H:92 (Overall) H: to seat 48 x W:45 x D:80 cm
An unusually well-crafted wrought iron folding chair with leather seat and back. Fantastic contemporary style.
H:36 (floor to seat) x H Overall:87 x W:54 cm
Wonderful example of folk-art tradition, very well crafted, these chairs were once sold by Liberty’s, London. This rush work seat and back are in exceptionally good condition
H:85 x W:76 x D:61 cm
Carved walnut fluted legs scrolled arms feather cushions, recent cut velvet upholstery in excellent condition.
H:92 x W:64 x D:72 cm
In the manor of Gillows, this remarkable pair is in excellent condition, and retain the large original brass castors. Later red leather cushions.
H:100 x W:70 x D:65 cm
Unusual construction, indicative of a sophisticated craftsman who understood beautiful design and a mastery of materials. Some early restoration, otherwise sound.
H: of back:86 x H to seat:46 x W:54 cm
Beautifully executed in mahogany so very unusual to have a pair of this quality.
H:114 (H: to seat: 43) x W:56 x D:48 cm
Original seat in need of attention
H:78 x W:45 cm
Gijs Bakker, known for his designs of public spaces as well as jewellery and furniture. This stackable bentwood chair was made by Castelijn in the 1970s (labelled).
H80 x W:60 x D:60 cm
A fine example featuring distinctive European foliate motifs. The source of design for this chair is inspired by 17th c Dutch/Flemish exemplars. The caned seat is as found.