Explore Settees, Antique Furniture, and more!

An Irish George II Mahogany Two Chairback Settee, Circa 1740 - With serpentine crest rails terminating in eagle heads and joined by a finely carved shell, over highly figured splats; the molded armrests having conforming eagle head terminals, the over-upholstered seat raised on front cabriole legs having acanthus carved knees and ball and claw feet. LENGTH: 	53"  DEPTH: 	21"  HEIGHT: 	40"  - Hyde Park Antiques, Ltd., New York

Irish George II Mahogany Two Chairback Settee

For Sale on - With serpentine crest rails terminating in eagle heads and joined by a finely carved shell, over highly figured splats; the molded armrests having conforming

A superb George II mahogany chairback settee attributed to Giles Grendey. Of double chairback form , with a carved scrolling top rail with acanthus leaf carving flowing into a tight paper scroll to each of the three vertical rail tops.  The pierced and carved splats conjoin into the top rail and are surmounted with arc of a carved shell. The arms of out-swept shape with carved scrolling acanthus leaves to the hand. The seat of tapering and drop in form, covered with an 18th century…

George II mahogany chairback settee attributed to giles Grendey

View this item and discover similar settees for sale at - A superb George II mahogany chairback settee attributed to Giles Grendey. Of double chairback form , with a carved scrolling top rail with acanthus leaf

Buy Solid Mahogany Chippendale Sette Bench by MM Signature from ...

Solid Mahogany Chippendale Sette Bench

Buy Solid Mahogany Chippendale Sette Bench by MM Signature from .

A LATE ELIZABETHAN OAK AND INLAID ARMCHAIR  LATE 16TH CENTURY, YORKSHIRE.  The back panel inlaid with geometric marquetry below a carved arch and chequer inlaid toprail and uprights, with scroll seat rails, fluted underarm supports and fluted tapering legs joined by square stretchers

A LATE ELIZABETHAN OAK AND INLAID ARMCHAIR LATE 16TH CENTURY, YORKSHIRE. The back panel inlaid with geometric marquetry below a carved arch and chequer inlaid toprail and uprights, with scroll seat rails, fluted underarm supports and fluted tapering legs joined by square stretchers

Double chair-back settee about 1770–80  Object Place: Boston, Massachusetts  Mahogany, pine; new upholstery

Double chair-back settee about Object Place: Boston, Massachusetts Mahogany, pine;

FauteuilChair  Fauteuil (pronounced foe-toy) literally translates to "armchair"It specifically means an upholstered armchair with open sides. Developed in the late 1600s in France, towards the end of Louis XIV's reign, remained quite popular in 18th century. The style not only became lighter and more graceful  but also more ornate - the chair arms were many times upholstered to match back & seat.  Variations include the fauteuil à la reine (Queen's armchair), which has a square, high back

Know Your Upholstered Chair Styles

-------Chair Styles---- Fauteuil Chair "arm chair with open sides" Fauteuil" means "armchair" in French. In antique furniture, it specifically means an upholstered armchair with open sides;

date unspecified A large pair of Empire style gilded and carved mahogany throne armchairs France, third quarter 19th century, from a design by Percier, Fontaine and Cartellier Estimate 20,000 — 30,000 USD LOT SOLD. 25,000 USD (Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium

date unspecified A large pair of Empire style gilded and carved mahogany throne armchairs France, third quarter 19th century, from a design by Percier, Fontaine and Cartellier Estimate 20,000 — 30,000 USD LOT SOLD. 25,000 USD (Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium

Queen  Anne-Style Leather Bench

English Queen Anne-style mahogany bench, newly upholstered in turquoise-colored leather.

20th Century Regency Style Mahogany Caned Tub Chair

View this item and discover similar club chairs for sale at - Mahogany tub chair with caned back and seat, terminating in reeded front legs in the manner of Gillows with brass cap.

Pinterest
Search