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This item is part of our “un-restored” collection. Our antiques arrive from Europe in warehouse condition. Before shipping or leaving our store, they all go through our professional workshop to assure they are strong, cl
Large set of 12 matching Renaissance Revival side chairs from Denmark, circa 1890, with turned legs and stretchers. The chairs feature an arched hand carved back with padded seats and back splats covered in a tan faux le
Set of 12 antique oak 19th century dining chairs - 10 side chairs with 2 arm chairs. The side chairs have a sling leather seat while the back and seats of the arm chairs are upholstered.
This item is part of our “un-restored” collection. Our antiques arrive from Europe in warehouse condition. Before shipping or leaving our store, they all go through our professional workshop to assure they are stro
Set of 8 French Renaissance Revival Side Chairs, circa 1880. Made of walnut, each chair has stretchers connecting the legs, a back splat of turned finials, and embossed leather seats held in place with large decorative b
Set of 8 Antique 19th century Danish leather dining chairs.
This item is part of our “unrestored” collection. Our antiques arrive from Europe in warehouse condition. Before shipping or leaving our store, they al...
Matched set of 8 antique ash side chairs from Sweden. The backs are slightly arched with a splayed and pierced back splat. All the legs are connected with stretchers and each seat is removable - ready to add new fabric
Set of 8 antique early 20th century English mahogany dining chairs, circa 1900-1920, with padded removable seats.
Set of six antique Gustavian period dining chairs from Sweden, circa 1880. The 2 armchairs and 4 side chairs have been painted gray and lightly scraped creating a nice contrast with the darker wood beneath and accentuati
Set of 6 Antique matching Swedish side chairs painted a light gray, circa 1820-1840. The new paint has been lightly distressed exposing the natural pine and giving the set a wonderful time worn look. The seat height is
Carved Oak side chairs with turned legs and a hand carved stretcher with leather upholstered seat and back and decorative brass nails.
The barley twist stretchers offer more stability to this set of six chairs and the design is repeated in the front and back legs. The seats and backs are upholstered in a light brown leather with brass tacks
This set of 6 side chairs/dining chairs display the traditional carving of the baroque style popular in Sweden and Denmark in the late 1800's to 1900's. They can be easily upholstered with a modern fabric to create a mor
This set of 6 antique English dining chairs are made from solid mahogany and come with upholstered seats. The choice of wood, expensive for the period, and the carved back rail, splat and turned legs make this set rathe
With a wonderful cottage feel, each chair has an elaborate folk art painted panel in the seat and back rest. This small scale set of chairs are painted all in earth tones with a vertical floral accent and the initials BL
An elegant set of six oak side chairs, each with fitted and embroidered pop out seats. The carved cabriole legs, padded seat and curved high backs offer comfort as well as style.
Set of 6 antique birch dining chairs with upholstered seats, turned legs and apierced back splat.
This item is part of our “un-restored” collection. Our antiques arrive from Europe in warehouse condition. Before shipp...
Set of six Karl Johan dining chairs from Sweden, circa 1890, There are 2 arm chairs and 4 side chairs made from birch with upholstered seats.
Set of 4 antique Swedish country side chairs painted with the original gray paint, circa 1840-1860.
This delightful set of four chairs have a traditional heart shaped cut-out in the back, which brings to mind a quaint Tyrolean cabin in the Austrian hills. The soft yellow is accented by traditional red, blue and green f
This matched pair of carved armchairs have a distressed white painted finish that contrasts with the darker wood beneath, accentuating the classic lines of the Gustavian style. The ribbon and rope patterns around the arm