ANTIQUE CHAIRS AND STOOLS
Comprehensive stock of antique chairs
and antique stools
to include wainscot chairs, joined chairs, lambing chairs, wing chairs, Sets of chairs, armchairs, corner chairs, primitive chairs, Windsor chairs, ladder back chairs, spindle back chairs, French chairs, side chairs, joint stools, joined stools
and back stools
. We are known for having one of the largest selections of oak and country furniture
and antique oak
in the United Kingdom. If you do not see exactly what you are looking for please contact us
. We have many items in storage awaiting restoration and can undertake a search
for you through our extensive client base and associated trade contacts which we have built up over the past 25 years.
A Mid 17th Century Oak Joint Stool (£ 2,850)
A Mid 17th Century Oak Joint Stool. Fitted with a planked top over a carved frieze raised on turned legs united by stretchers.
A Superb 17th Century Walnut Chair (£ 6,800)
A Superb 17th Century Walnut Chair. Original condition and of an excellent rich colour and patina. The shaped cresting rail fitted with turned finials and an inlaid star above an inset panel back flanked by split turned bell shaped mouldings. Fitted with broad arms with turned arm supports – the original planked seat – and turned legs united by peripheral stretchers. An exceptional and rare example of an early chair of this type.
A 17th Century Oak Wainscot chair (£ 1,850)
A 17th Century Oak Wainscot chair. This is an early chair of simple form – fitted with a plain panel back below a shaped cresting rail with shaped arms and a plank seat raised on turned legs united by peripheral stretchers and with a turned front stretcher - Super colour.
A True Set Of Six Late 18th Century Elm Dining Chairs (£ 3,450)
A True Set Of Six Late 18th Century Elm Dining Chairs. A good set of country chairs dating to circa 1780 - each with a shield back, pieced back splat, drop in rush seat - raised on square tapering legs united by stretchers. This is a really good set in sound condition of excellent colour and decent figuring to the elm frames.
Oak Gothic Throne Circa 1450 - 1500 (POA)
An exceptionally rare Gothic throne Circa 1450 - 1500 depicting fine Gothic tracery of exceptional quality - with the uprights terminating in carved finials. The lifting hinged seat flanked by the original shaped arm supports with linen-fold panels below and also to the front.
A 17th Century Oak Wainscot Chair (£ 1,995)
A 17th Century Oak Wainscot Chair: Fitted with the original carved and panelled back, shaped arms and planked seat supported on turned legs united by peripheral stretchers. An honest chair and useable chair with period restorations/replacements.
A Pair Of 19th Century Upholstered Armchairs. (£ 3,950)
A Pair Of 19th Century Upholstered Armchairs. The raked back above a padded seat with carved and gilded arms - raised on a turned walnut leg base united by stretchers with carved and gilded paw feet.
Price for the pair
An 18th Century Wing Back Settee. (£ 6,995)
An 18th Century Wing Back Settee. The three humped back in typical Queen Anne style with returning wing arms above a loose cushion seat raised on carved and gilded legs. Fully restored and reupholstered in exceptional condition. Circa 1780.
A Mid 19th Century Elm Seated Child's Chair. (£ 695)
A Mid 19th Century Elm Seated Child's Chair. Raised on turned legs united by stretchers, good original colour and patina.
A Late 18th Early 19th Century Oak Cheese Stool. (£ 595)
A Late 18th Early 19th Century Oak Cheese Stool. Fitted with a turned swivelling top raised on a turned column on a tripod base. An unusual item from Hawes.
A Harlequin Set Of 10 Mid 19th Century Spindleback Chairs. (£ 3,850)
A Harlequin Set Of 10 Mid 19th Century Spindleback Chairs. The chairs backs with two rows of turned spindles over rush seats, raised on turned legs with pad feet united by peripheral stretchers. Good colour and ready to use.
An Early 19th Century Burr Elm Stool (£ 900)
An Early 19th Century Burr Elm Stool. The highly figured elm top supported on three turned legs. Excellent colour.
A 15th Century Gothic Pew Of Small Proportions (£ 3,450)
A 15th Century Gothic Pew Of Small Proportions. Fitted with fleur-de-lis ends - period alterations.
A Circa 1700 Oak Armchair (£ 2,850)
A Circa 1700 Oak Armchair. Fitted with a lifting seat below a shaped back with a central solid back splat.
An Exceptionally Rare Oak Chair Dating Circa Mid 16th Century (£ 7,000)
An Exceptionally Rare Oak Chair Dating Circa Mid 16th Century. Fitted with four turned supports united by shaped arm rests and a solid plank seat, raised on sledge feet.
A Circa 1700 Walnut Upholstered Chair (£ 4,250)
A Circa 1700 Walnut Upholstered Chair. Exceptional colour and original patina.
A 19th Century Windsor Armchair (£ 595)
A 19th Century Windsor Armchair. Fitted with a pierced back splat, turned arm supports and raised on double ring turned legs united by a straight stretcher.
Three French Cherry Chairs (£ 495)
A set of three French cherry chairs
, the ladder-backs over sea grassed seats. Circa 1900.
17th Century Scottish Panelled Chair (£ 2,995)
A rare 17th Century Scottish oak panelled chair
fitted with turned spindled arm supports - unusual.
Harlequin Set Early 19th Century Chairs (£ 1,895)
A harlequin set of six Early 19th Century clisset style antique chairs
, fitted with plank seats and with spindled backs.
Mid 19th Century Oak Armchair (£ 1,950)
A mid 19th Century oak armchair
with a decorative cresting rail depicting two cherubs, over an upholstered padded back and seat. Fitted with acanthus carved scroll arms supported by octagonal front tapering legs.