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$ 14,000

Set of Eight Chippendale Style Mahogany Dining Chairs (6+2), early 19th c.

Origin England
Period 19th Century
Dimensions
W. 23.5 in; H. 39.5 in; D. 21.25 in;
W. 59.69 cm; H. 100.33 cm; D. 53.98 cm;
Seat H. 19 in; Arm H. 29.5 in; Back H. 39.5 in;
Seat H. 48.26 cm; Arm H. 74.93 cm; Back H. 100.33 cm;
Condition Good. Wonderful condition, with fine color and patina. Sturdy and ready to go. The leather seats have a few scuffs and scratches, as expected, but there are no rips or tears.
Creation Date Early 19th c.
Number of Pieces 8+
Description Set of Eight Chippendale style mahogany dining chairs (6 + 2), each with a carved serpentine top rail over a carved and pierced gothic splat; the slip seats on square legs joined by H-stretchers.

The armchairs are slightly bigger then the sides, as visible in the photos.
Arms:
Width of seat- 23.5"
Height of seat- 19"
Width of arms, max- 26.5"
Height of back- 39.5"
Overall depth- 21.25"

Sides:
Width of seat- 22"
Height of seat- 18.5"
Height of back- 37.5"
Overall depth- 21"

These beautiful chairs date to the early 19th c. They're made from dense, heavy mahogany, the type of which had been mostly exhausted by the mid/late 19th century. The glue blocks and corner braces confirm the earlier date.
Styles / Movements Chippendale, Traditional
Dealer Reference Number 9043684
Incollect Reference Number 313193
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