Explore Mahogany Rrp, Mahogany Louis and more!

Explore related topics

Wing Back Chair Antique Mahogany - RRP $1499 Solid mahogany Louis and Victorian inspired wing back chair. WE ALSO MAKE THIS ITEM

Wing Back Chair Antique Mahogany - RRP $1499 Solid mahogany Louis and Victorian inspired wing back chair. WE ALSO MAKE THIS ITEM

Wing Back Antique Chair Chesterfield Style - RRP $1599 Solid mahogany chesterfield inspired traditional wing back chair. WE ALSO MAKE THIS

Wing Back Antique Chair Chesterfield Style - RRP $1599 Solid mahogany chesterfield inspired traditional wing back chair. WE ALSO MAKE THIS

High Back Georgian Wing Wing Chair | Leather Chairs of Bath | Antique and Reproduction Leather Chairs, Sofas and Furniture. If I had a library or similar room, this would be the perfect chair to kick back in.

Grandfather Chair Antique Chesterfield Style Victorian - RRP $1199 Solid mahogany Chesterfield inspired Victorian style Grandfather Chair. WE ALSO MAKE

Grandfather Chair Antique Chesterfield Style Victorian - RRP $1199 Solid mahogany Chesterfield inspired Victorian style Grandfather Chair. WE ALSO MAKE

Set of Eight Victorian Oak Dining-Chairs : The British Antique Dealers' Association

Set of Eight Victorian Oak Dining-Chairs : The British Antique Dealers' Association

Tasmanian cedar sofa c. 1840:  Cedar (toona ciliata),brass & ceramic castors, horsehair upholstery 115.0 h x 210.0 w x 56.0 d cm  By an unidentified Tasmanian designer & maker, is a fine example of the late neoclassical style of furniture produced in Australia in  mid-19th century. A development from earlier, plainer furniture made during Tasmania’s early colonial period reflecting increasing confidence, visual complexity & design eclecticism of production.

Tasmanian cedar sofa c. 1840: Cedar (toona ciliata),brass & ceramic castors, horsehair upholstery 115.0 h x 210.0 w x 56.0 d cm By an unidentified Tasmanian designer & maker, is a fine example of the late neoclassical style of furniture produced in Australia in mid-19th century. A development from earlier, plainer furniture made during Tasmania’s early colonial period reflecting increasing confidence, visual complexity & design eclecticism of production.

Pinterest
Search