A very fine and elegant set of six mahogany dining chairs of late George III – early Regency period,
England, circa 1810.
Why we like them
These generously proportioned, extra comfortable dining chairs are distinguished by their cleanest, timeless design of classical inspiration, possibly conceived by an accomplished architect, such as Sir John Soane, who designed furniture in this style for the Bank of England, to which he was appointed architect in 1788.
By repute, chairs of this model were sold from the Bank of England, which supports possible connection to the celebrity architect of Georgian Britain.