An early 19th century (circa 1820) fine quality set of six Regency rosewood dining chairs.
This set of chairs each consist of a wide top rail with scrolling decoration with finely carved rosette and foliate decoration.
The side supports have gadrooned carving with scrolling and moulded decoration to the central support.
This leads down to the drop in seats, recently re-upholstered but these can easily be changed by the purchaser to a fabric of choice.
Each front seat rail consists of three carved paterae with larger paterae to the top of each front leg, the legs being turned and reeded with tulip style carving terminating with a bobbin turned foot with splay legs to the back.
This set of chairs are in very good condition for age, are of stable construction with some old restoration and can go straight into a home.
Height: 36.5” / 92.5cm
Width: 20.25” / 51.5cm
Depth: 21” / 53.5cm
Seat height: 19” / 48cm