19th Century Pair of Empire Revival Side Chairs

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  • £3,650.00 For The Pair
  • €4,372 Euro
  • $4,890 US Dollar

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19th Century Pair of Empire Revival Side Chairs

GEORGIAN ANTIQUES
Late 19th century pair of Empire revival side chairs. The chairs have a scrolled top rail with a cast flower head on each end. There are acanthus leaves falling from the top down into a recessed section on the front. A cast section can be seen on the top with a flower head and leaves to both sides. The centre panel at the back and the seat pad have been reupholstered in a rich red damask. An ormolu mount is found to the back of the base, and the large stuffover seat has a stylish beaded rail running around all of the chair. The back legs are square, panelled at the side and slightly out swept. The front legs are similar, with a winged lion on a podium, with the tips of the wings attached to the frame. These are in excellent condition.
Provenance: Kinloch Castle, Isle of Rum, Scotland.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 95cm (37.40in)
  • W: 42cm (16.54in)
  • D: 45cm (17.72in)

Period: 

Circa 1890

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GEORGIAN ANTIQUES

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Situated in Edinburgh, we are one of Scotland’s leading antique dealers.

A member of LAPADA and CINOA, we have an extensive range of quality antiques including fine Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian furniture, gilt mirrors, dining tables and large sets of chairs, clocks and works of art in our five floor warehouse in Leith.

With a personal approach, friendly advice and efficient after sales care, we ensure you find the antiques or works of art to suit your taste and budget, including the option of trying items in your own home prior to making any final decisions.

Owners:  Pat and John Dixon

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