Seating

18th & Early 19th Century Antique Seating Furniture
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English, ca. 1790  The well figured and solid dish shaped seats, carved on all four corners with oval paterae and bordered by carved fans.  The four baluster legs, finely turned with collars and united by four similarly turned stretchers.  These unusual stools are particularly finely made with an outstanding level of detailing.  They have survived in a remarkably untouched state, the dense West Indian mahogany having acquired a wonderful colour and patina.

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English, ca. 1790

The well figured and solid dish shaped seats, carved on all four corners with oval
paterae and bordered by carved fans. The four baluster legs, finely turned with collars and united by four similarly turned stretchers.

These unusual stools are particularly finely made with an outstanding level of
detailing. They have survived in a remarkably untouched state, the dense West Indian mahogany having acquired a wonderful colour and patina.
English, ca. 1790

The well figured and solid dish shaped seats, carved on all four corners with oval
paterae and bordered by carved fans. The four baluster legs, finely turned with collars and united by four similarly turned stretchers.

These unusual stools are particularly finely made with an outstanding level of
detailing. They have survived in a remarkably untouched state, the dense West Indian mahogany having acquired a wonderful colour and patina.
English, ca. 1790

The well figured and solid dish shaped seats, carved on all four corners with oval paterae and bordered by carved fans. The four baluster legs, finely turned with collars and united by four similarly turned stretchers.

These unusual stools are particularly finely made with an outstanding level of
detailing. They have survived in a remarkably untouched state, the dense West Indian mahogany having acquired a wonderful colour and patina.

Seating

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a wooden bench sitting on top of a sidewalk next to a brick wall and planter
An Unusually Large Regency Period Mahogany Window Seat
English, ca. 1830 In the manner of Charles Heathcote Tatham. The seat framed and panelled over a reeded frieze and supported by reeded legs headed by carved paterae. This window seat or bench is remarkable due to its size, at nearly five and a half feet long. It has also survived in a remarkable state of preservation, retaining a gloriously untouched colour and patina.
a wooden bench sitting on top of a stone floor next to a planter filled with flowers
An Unusually Large Regency Period Mahogany Window Seat
English, ca. 1830 In the manner of Charles Heathcote Tatham. The seat framed and panelled over a reeded frieze and supported by reeded legs headed by carved paterae. This window seat or bench is remarkable due to its size, at nearly five and a half feet long. It has also survived in a remarkable state of preservation, retaining a gloriously untouched colour and patina.
a wooden bench sitting on top of a white floor next to a black wall in the background
An Unusually Large Regency Period Mahogany Window Seat
English, ca. 1830 In the manner of Charles Heathcote Tatham. The seat framed and panelled over a reeded frieze and supported by reeded legs headed by carved paterae. This window seat or bench is remarkable due to its size, at nearly five and a half feet long. It has also survived in a remarkable state of preservation, retaining a gloriously untouched colour and patina.
a bench with blue upholstered cushions in the dark
An Unusual Regency Period Painted Window Seat
English, ca. 1830 Retailed by James Shoolbred & Co. The framed rails painted in white and highlighted in blue, with caned top and squabs upholstered with silk ikat fabric over eight turned legs joined by original stretchers with original white painted decoration highlighted in blue. Stamped JAS Shoolbred and co, numbered 6502 James Shoolbred and Company was a draper and later a department store, located on Tottenham Court Road, London.
an antique wooden chair with blue cushion
A Fine George II Period Carved Mahogany Corner Chair
English, ca. 1755 The curved top rail finely carved with acanthus and out swept arms supported by three finely fluted columns and back splats pierced with a trellis design and carved with C scrolls and leaf work. The upholstered drop in seat covered with a contemporary silk over four chamfered legs with stretchers and corner brackets with similar pierced design and C scrolls.
an old wooden chair with blue seat padding on the back and armrests
A Fine George II Period Carved Mahogany Corner Chair
English, ca. 1755 The curved top rail finely carved with acanthus and out swept arms supported by three finely fluted columns and back splats pierced with a trellis design and carved with C scrolls and leaf work. The upholstered drop in seat covered with a contemporary silk over four chamfered legs with stretchers and corner brackets with similar pierced design and C scrolls.
a wooden bench sitting on top of a tile floor
A Fine Pair Of George III Period Mahogany Hall Stools
English, ca. 1790 The well figured and solid dish shaped seats, carved on all four corners with oval paterae and bordered by carved fans. The four baluster legs, finely turned with collars and united by four similarly turned stretchers. These unusual stools are particularly finely made with an outstanding level of detailing. They have survived in a remarkably untouched state, the dense West Indian mahogany having acquired a wonderful colour and patina.
a wooden bench sitting on top of a tiled floor
A Fine Pair Of George III Period Mahogany Hall Stools
English, ca. 1790 The well figured and solid dish shaped seats, carved on all four corners with oval paterae and bordered by carved fans. The four baluster legs, finely turned with collars and united by four similarly turned stretchers. These unusual stools are particularly finely made with an outstanding level of detailing. They have survived in a remarkably untouched state, the dense West Indian mahogany having acquired a wonderful colour and patina.
two wooden stools sitting next to each other on a gray surface with white background
A Fine Pair Of George III Period Mahogany Hall Stools
English, ca. 1790 The well figured and solid dish shaped seats, carved on all four corners with oval paterae and bordered by carved fans. The four baluster legs, finely turned with collars and united by four similarly turned stretchers. These unusual stools are particularly finely made with an outstanding level of detailing. They have survived in a remarkably untouched state, the dense West Indian mahogany having acquired a wonderful colour and patina.
an old wooden bench sitting on top of a tile floor next to a white wall
A Fine Pair Of George III Period Mahogany Hall Stools
English, ca. 1790 The well figured and solid dish shaped seats, carved on all four corners with oval paterae and bordered by carved fans. The four baluster legs, finely turned with collars and united by four similarly turned stretchers. These unusual stools are particularly finely made with an outstanding level of detailing. They have survived in a remarkably untouched state, the dense West Indian mahogany having acquired a wonderful colour and patina.
a wooden bench with an intricate design on the seat and back rests against a white wall
A Fine Pair Of George III Period Mahogany Hall Stools
English, ca. 1790 The well figured and solid dish shaped seats, carved on all four corners with oval paterae and bordered by carved fans. The four baluster legs, finely turned with collars and united by four similarly turned stretchers. These unusual stools are particularly finely made with an outstanding level of detailing. They have survived in a remarkably untouched state, the dense West Indian mahogany having acquired a wonderful colour and patina.
A FINE PAIR OF GEORGE III PERIOD MAHOGANY HALL STOOLS
English, ca. 1790 The well figured and solid dish shaped seats, carved on all four corners with oval paterae and bordered by carved fans. The four baluster legs, finely turned with collars and united by four similarly turned stretchers. These unusual stools are particularly finely made with an outstanding level of detailing. They have survived in a remarkably untouched state, the dense West Indian mahogany having acquired a wonderful colour and patina.