Our Seating Collection
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!
A selection of Seating
Art Deco Pair, Chinese Export Carved Teak Tub Form Armchairs
Early 20th c Georgian Style Window Seat
Fine Early 19th c Pair Classical Empire Style French Armchairs
Mid-20th c. Stylish Folding Wrought Iron, Campaign Type Chair
Orkney Mid-20th c. Child’s Chair
Pair, Art Deco Style Continental, Vintage Salon Armchairs
Pair, Early 19th c. Regency Mahogany Library Chairs
Pair, Late 18th Early 19th Mahogany Windsor Chairs
Pair, Regency Mahogany Library Armchairs Featuring Elegant Neoclassical Design
Philip Clisset, early 20th c. English Arts and Crafts Ash Ladder Back Rush Seat Chair
Prominent Dutch Designer Gijs Bakker Contemporary Plywood Chair
Rare, late 17th – 18th Ceylonese Ebony Armchair
Looking for something else?
We are consistently updating our sales catalogue so if you are looking for anything in particular please get in touch to see if we can help. Or pop into our store…
Take a closer look at our Seating
Regency Library Chairs
We offer a fine pair of Regency Library chairs. These are the kind of chairs that can stand out in a room, Regency style paired back and simple. Before the Victorian ‘bling’ harkening back to the antique with simple lines they style is a reaction to 18th c Rocco exuberance.
Made of the best mahogany of the West Indies these are not overpowering statement chairs, the simplicity of style fits well in a large contemporary space, not just in a country house setting.
More About Our Collection
The Art of the Frame
Frames were made for show and designed to enhance the colours of the painting as well as the room and it’s surroundings.
We have a new showroom! A hugely welcome opportunity to display many of the items featured on our website as well as items we’ve yet to post.
How does ‘patina’ contribute to the quality of an item?
The developing or forming of a beautiful surface on furniture over time, often centuries, shows how the item was used. […]