Circa 1830, set of 14 William IV Scottish oak dining chairs. The top section has wonderful scroll carvings and the centre is upholstered in black leather, tucked in at the front and close studded at the back. The pad is framed in wood all round. Beneath this, comes two uprights almost lyre in shape and then the large stuffover seat which is again upholstered in black leather, held in position by brass studding. There is a simple shaped apron beneath the seat. The back legs are square, tapering and outswept. The front legs are turned and have a small carving which runs down the front, finishing on an elevated turned foot. All the chairs have been tightened and re-polished. The upholstery is by Roy Kirby leathers of London. Wonderful set of chairs.