Circa 1890, good set of 6 Adams style mahogany dining chairs comprising 2 armchairs and 4 side chairs. The chairs with their stepped back and a wonderful central splat depicting an urn with swags and tails surmounted by a plume of Prince of Wales feathers. The urn is contained within 2 tapering uprights and held with a cross stretcher beneath. From the uprights the 2 elegant shaped arms come forward and are held in place by a rectangular urn shaped upright, which tapers to the underside of the arm. The chairs have stuffover seats with close brass studding (needs re-upholstering). Below the seat at the front and the side there is a small fielded panel and beneath this on the front there are sturdy square and tapering legs with a framed section on the front and outside edge. At the base of this there is a square block and beneath a simple rectangular raised toe. The back legs are square, tapering and outswept. The chairs are stylish and sturdy.
- Armchairs 92.5cm high x 55cm wide x 56cm deep. Side chairs 92.5cm high x 48.5cm wide x 53cm deep.