Circa 1880, set of 6 George III style mahogany dining chairs. The chairs are a Victorian copy of an 1820 set of chairs. The curved top rail has various reeded sections above the central splat with foliate carving. Beneath this is another stretcher which is reeded, as are the uprights. Beneath this is a drop in seat pad, held in place on a raised frame with similar panels to the top rail. The back legs are square, tapering and outswept, and the front legs are turned and tapering finishing on bulbous extended toes. There is a turned cross over stretcher with a block in the centre. There is a pattern number on the base of some of the chairs.
- 93cm high x 47cm wide x 50cm deep.