Circa 1920, an Edwardian set of 12 Chinese Chippendale style pine and beech dining chairs. Comprising 4 armchairs and 8 side chairs, each with a serpentine top rail with parchment scroll carved ears. With pierced and carved interlaced splats decorated with acorns and oak leaves and the armchairs with shaped, outswept arms finishing with acanthus carving. Each chair is raised on a blind open fret frame and carved, chamfered legs.
Provenance: Farley Hall, Surrey and retailed by Callow of Mount Street. Callow of Mount Street were a prominent Mayfair company that also featured in Charles Dickens Junior’s 1879 ‘Directory of London’ as official Royal whipmakers.
- 97 cm high x 56 cm wide x 44 cm deep