Circa 1820, pair of late Regency Dutch mahogany and inlaid marquetry side chairs. The chairs with their inlaid top splats depicting two cherubs holding some bell drops, forming a wonderful pattern of swags and tails. This is inlaid into a flamed mahogany section and is framed with chequered, boxwood and ebony inlay. This inlay occurs throughout the whole chair as the lineage on each of the fore edges and on the front rail. In the centre there is a shaped splat again with this chequered inlay and flamed mahogany panel. There is a drop in seat and at the front of the seat there is a deep shaped apron. The back legs are slightly outswept and the front legs are sabre. The chairs are very stylish and clean, good colour.
- 82cm high x 46cm wide x 52cm deep.