A late 19th century set of eight alder dining chairs (or kitchen chairs) of good patina (colour) from the Lancashire area - ADDITIONAL IMAGES CAN BE VIEWED BELOW:
Each of the chairs consist of a shaped top rail with a straight back splat and shaped uprights to each side leading down to the original rush seats (all in good condition).
The front legs consist of a square top with chamfered edges leading down to a ball and ring turning with turned legs and vase shaped feet.
The front legs are supported by a turned front rail, the back legs being of square design with a single stretcher to the back and double stretchers to the side.
Similar examples can be found in 'The English Regional Chair' by Bernard D Cotton, page 424.
This set of chairs are in excellent conditon for age, are of stable construction and can go straight into a home.
Height: 35.5'' / 90cm
Width: 19'' / 48.5cm
Depth: 17'' / 43cm
Seat height: 17.5'' / 44.5cm