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A fine Danish armchair in solid mahogany attributed to Gustav Friedrich Von Hetsch of Copenhagen (1788-1864). With beautfully carved open arms in a florid manner and turned reeded front legs. Measures: 100cm high (back) x 48cm high (seat) x 65cm wide x 65cm deep.

A fine Danish armchair in solid mahogany attributed to Gustav Friedrich Von Hetsch of Copenhagen (1788-1864). With beautfully carved open arms in a florid manner and turned reeded front legs. Measures: 100cm high (back) x 48cm high (seat) x 65cm wide x 65cm deep.

A fine Danish armchair in solid mahogany attributed to Gustav Friedrich Von Hetsch of Copenhagen (1788-1864). With beautfully carved open arms in a florid manner and turned reeded front legs. Newly upholstered in dark blue Paul Smith linen weave wool.

A fine Danish armchair in solid mahogany attributed to Gustav Friedrich Von Hetsch of Copenhagen (1788-1864). With beautfully carved open arms in a florid manner and turned reeded front legs. Newly upholstered in dark blue Paul Smith linen weave wool.

A pair of Regency ebonised, parcel gilt and decorated open armchairs. The rectangular scrolling panelled backs painted with scrolling leaves and central paterae on a green ground above 'X' shaped splats, shaped open arms and curved arm supports, on rectangular caned seats, on ring turned outswept legs.

A pair of Regency ebonised, parcel gilt and decorated open armchairs. The rectangular scrolling panelled backs painted with scrolling leaves and central paterae on a green ground above 'X' shaped splats, shaped open arms and curved arm supports, on rectangular caned seats, on ring turned outswept legs.

A George III mahogany 'Garforth' pattern open armchair attributed to Gillows. The pierced top rail and pierced back with a moulded trellis pattern splat flanked by moulded uprights headed by carved rosettes and moulded finials, the downswept arms on baluster supports with a moulded seat-rail on ring turned tapering legs and turned feet.

A George III mahogany 'Garforth' pattern open armchair attributed to Gillows. The pierced top rail and pierced back with a moulded trellis pattern splat flanked by moulded uprights headed by carved rosettes and moulded finials, the downswept arms on baluster supports with a moulded seat-rail on ring turned tapering legs and turned feet.

A pair of George III mahogany Hepplewhite period wheel back open elbow chair in the manner of Robert Adam (Scottish 1728-1792) - issuing elegantly shaped arms flanking saddle seat, upholstered in later coral fabric and raised on shaped hind legs and tapering square forelegs terminating in spade feet. The underside of one chair stamped "A.B."

A pair of George III mahogany Hepplewhite period wheel back open elbow chair in the manner of Robert Adam (Scottish 1728-1792) - issuing elegantly shaped arms flanking saddle seat, upholstered in later coral fabric and raised on shaped hind legs and tapering square forelegs terminating in spade feet. The underside of one chair stamped "A.B."

Italian Arm Chair, 19th century, painted Classical armchair with giltwood roping along the crestrail, scrolled arm terminals, needlework seat on stop-fluted legs.

Italian Arm Chair, 19th century, painted Classical armchair with giltwood roping along the crestrail, scrolled arm terminals, needlework seat on stop-fluted legs.

OnlineGalleries.com - An Antique Side Table in the Louis XVI Manner By Henry Dasson of Paris

OnlineGalleries.com - An Antique Side Table in the Louis XVI Manner By Henry Dasson of Paris

A GEORGE II/III ELM, ASH AND FRUITWOOD 'GOTHICK' WINDSOR ARMCHAIR - MID-18TH CENTURY.

A GEORGE II/III ELM, ASH AND FRUITWOOD 'GOTHICK' WINDSOR ARMCHAIR - MID-18TH CENTURY.

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