Set of 6 Circa 1810 Regency Period Mahogany Chairs


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Set of 6 Circa 1810 Regency Period Mahogany Chairs. This entirely hand-carved set consists of two armchairs and four side chairs. The top crest rails flair out into rondels while the center rails have the rondels in the center. All the chairs have elegantly carved saber legs. Both armchairs have carved scroll arms. Sparing no detail, this set of chairs has close reeding on the top of the rails and the top of the arms. The removable slip seats have a nice padded red upholstery.

Dimensions and Weight:
H: 33 in. W: 21.5 in. D: 21 in.
Seat: H: 17 in. W: 18 in. D: 17 in.
Arm Height: 26 in.
Weight: 18 lbs. each

Side Chair: H: 34 in. W: 21 in. D:20 in.
Seat: H: 17.5 in. W:18 in. D:17 in.
Weight: 15 lbs. each

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Most of the chairs have old repairs on the top rail of the backrest. One of the chairs is missing the rondel in the middle rail. One of the chairs also has an old repair on the front left leg. Despite the age and repairs, they are sturdy. The chairs have survived more than 200 years of wear and can withstand more. To maintain them in good condition one must consider the following. That the sitter does not rock back and forth in the chairs and knows how to get on and off properly. The chairs can withstand average weight, but not 300 lbs. Some small nicks and light scratches due to the antiqueness. The seats have removable slip seats which make them easy to reupholster. Some minor wear on the fabric of the seats, but overall, in good condition. We will be happy to provide additional close-up images upon request.

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