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A delightful pair of early 18th century walnut Side Chairs, having shaped top rail and well figured shaped splat backs, above shaped drop in seats raised on elegant carved cabriole legs with pointed pad feet.

A lovely example of early 18th century walnut chairs these chairs retain a good colour & patina with well shaped splats and seats.

The cabriole legs are incredibly elegant and a nice feature is both the scrolling earpieces at the top of the legs and the pointed pad feet.

Their condition is excellent for something that is over 300 years old and they are as fit for purpose as the day they were made. 

Perfect in a hallway, or bedroom, or even as a couple of extra dining chairs that can stand at the side of the room and be pulled around a table as and when required they suit a variety
of different purposes around the home.

The seats are removable drop in seats meaning that if somebody wanted to re cover them in a 
fabric of their choice this is both an easy and inexpensive task.

Circa 1710

Height - 40in
Width - 20in
Depth - 20in

Stock number

Open by appointment and at fairs (see also under The Edenbridge Galleries, Edenbridge, Kent)