19th Century Stick Back Chairs


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19th Century Stick Back Chairs

A matching set of four early to mid 19th century stick back dining or kitchen chairs. Predominantly in elm and ash, each has turned legs with H stretchers, shaped seats and twin-braced stick and hoop backs. Though this is a matched set, each has its own individual character due to the different grain patterns. They are all solid and stable and ready to be used every day. c.1800-1840.

I believe this set to be from the Thames Valley region, likely Buckinghamshire. They match a drawing by the renowned Edwin Skull of High Wycombe in Bernard Cotton’s The English Regional Chair (1990, p72), though these chairs are not stamped.

Price is for the set.

H: 86cm W: 42cm D: 51cm
(slight variations of a few mm across the different chairs).


  • H: 86cm (33.86in)
  • W: 42cm (16.54in)
  • D: 51cm (20.08in)


19th Century

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