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A charming Breton child's chair

Price £50.00    €55.12    $62.68

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Breton Child's  Chair
A v very stylish Windsor stick back chair , circa 1770 'ish probably Cornish in origin . It is an unusually light colour which adds to its attraction . Predominantly ash and elm in construction .

Price £355    €391.32    $445.03

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A  very stylish Windsor stick back chair
Set of four late 19th century beech chairs in an attractive blonde hue. Ready for immediate use, although their coverings are worn and perhaps could be improved upon. Absolutely woodworm free and with sound joints.....just £110

Price £110    €121.25    $137.90

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set of 4 late 19th C chairs - blonde beech
A Victorian, mid century, mahogany Bergere Childs High Chair A magnificent, mahogany and caned childs bergere high chair with scroll arms. The chair is equipped with a footrest as well as a restraining bar and has a crossover underframe uniting the legs that is also used for attaching the chair to the base by way of a turned knob. Raised on a solid mahogany stand with sabre legs it forms a highchair but when separated it makes a dining chair and table for the cosseted infant. Cane work, as you will see, has recently been professionally replaced.

Price £345    €380.29    $432.49

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19th C child's high chair and table
Sumptuously comfortable and unusual late victorian arm chair. Professionally and tastefully re-upholstered some time ago but, although now showing some 'patina' remains well sprung and supportive in all the right places.

Price £345    €380.29    $432.49

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Supremely comfortable stylish Victorian arm chair
A mid 19th century oak child's chair

Price £65    €71.65    $81.48

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Child's Chair
Two matched oak French back stools , probably early 18th century , quite crudely rustic , . Both chairs are approximately the same size measuring 38cms width x 38cms to seat height x 82 cms back height x29 cms deep .These chairs were often used in churches to bear the coffin at a funeral much like the traditional English joint stool . This pair are little unusual as they are slightly smaller than the norm .

Price £295.00    €325.18    $369.81

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Back Stools
19th Century English Country Carver Chair of a curious mix of styles, almost like a sample of "options". The chair is well made and has a good rich colour and patina showing lovely signs of wear.

Price £220.00    €242.51    $275.79

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English Country Carver Chair
Regency mahogany armchair - if you're keen on the lived in and (genuinely) distressed look this could be for you but if, on the other hand, your furnishings have to be immaculate - then definitely not. That said it is, despite several ancient repairs, perfectly useable just as it is and will continue to give years of sterling service. Would look super in a period gentleman's library or similar

Price £100    €110.23    $125.36

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 Regency mahogany armchair
Matching set of four country Hepplewhite chairs, circa 1780, in fruitwood with rush seats. These elegant chairs will, before long, be 250 years old yet remain sturdy and totally usable on every day basis with good tight joints and no wobblyness. Traces of old and long dead worm in one section of one chair and rush is old and somewhat careworn but has lots of life left in it.

Price £395    €435.41    $495.17

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Set of 4 country Hepplewhite chairs in fruitwood
We couldn't resist this much travelled chair with its connection to the uncrowned king of magic and wizardry during the 19th century John Henry Anderson - or the Great Wizard of the North! Walnut framed arm chair of, we would say, either a French or American maker carrying an engraved plaque to the rear bearing the legend ' Presented to Mrs John Smith by John Henry Anderson (The great Wizard of the North) as a token of his gratitude for the many acts of kindness done to him by her beloved Husband. Boston. Massachusetts. United States of America. 29th September 1852'. The Wizard was indeed touring the United States at this time and it is intriguing to ponder upon what services Mr Smith could have performed that resulted in such a gift - hopefully not an unsuccessful rendition of anderson's gun trick! Whilst the upholstery is not the original it has some age and is very usable, with good springing, webbing and padding, despite showing very slight signs of having been caressed by a cat's claws at the back. The Boston date of 1852 There is much to be found about the Great Wizard of the North, as he was apparently dubbed by Walter Scott, on the 'web' but this is how Britannica sums him up - John Henry Anderson, (born July 14, 1814, Craigmyle, Aberdeen, Scot.—died Feb. 5, 1874, Darlington, Durham, Eng.), Scottish conjurer and actor, the first magician to demonstrate and exploit the value of advertising. Described on playbills as “Professor Anderson, the Wizard of the North,” he first performed in 1831. Seasons at Edinburgh (1837) and Glasgow (1838–39) followed. In London (1840) he made use of the most elaborate collection of magical apparatus ever seen there. During a U.S. tour (1851–53) Anderson first did his famous “gun trick,” by which he appeared to catch a bullet fired by someone in the audience. On his return to Great Britain he performed before Queen Victoria and then took the title role in the melodrama Rob Roy at the Lyceum and Covent Garden theatres (1855–56). The three-day “Grand Carnival” with which the Covent Garden seasons were concluded ended in disaster in 1857 when Anderson tried to dispel drunken revelers by lowering the gaslights. The ceiling caught fire, and the theatre was burned down. This only added to his fame, and he continued to tour widely, his style of presentation gradually becoming less flamboyant.

Price £585    €644.85    $733.36

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Great Wizard of the North - John Anderson chair
A clean pair of country chairs .

Price £125.00    €137.79    $156.70

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Pair of Country Chairs
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