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A pair of Regency ebonised and parcel-gilt open armchairs, each with curved tablet toprail centred by a lion's mask, flanked by palmettes, above an x-framed splat, centered by a flowerhead roundel, with scrolled arms and serpentine supports, above a caned seat, on sabre legs headed by flowerhead panels.

Circa 1810
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A pair of Régence period giltwood bergères, with Aubusson upholstery. Of cabriole form with serpentine seat fronts above carved aprons, the legs terminate in volutes surmounting pegged feet. Gilt with both oil and water gilding.

Circa 1740
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A set of four Regency revival armchairs in the Brighton Pavilion taste. The framework ribbed to imitate bamboo, with the white painted decoration picked out with a celadon green on the ribs. Upholstered in a Northcroft silk.

Late 19th century
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Set of 7 George III mahogany 'shieldback' chairs in the Hepplewhite manner. Consisting of 2 armchairs and 5 sidechairs, the well-carved back of shield shape, with the splat of three stiles radiating from a fan, the central stile terminating in a Prince of Wales feather motif.

Circa 1785
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Set of 4 Regency revival armchairs, in the manner of William Trotter. The black painted frame is heightened with gilding on the back rail, and the lion's claw arm and leg terminals. The drop in seat frames contain original caning.

Circa 1930
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Set of 12 Regency period mahogany dining chairs, consisting of 2 armchairs and 10 side chairs. The bar backs with beading to around a central field, and a fan motif on the back splat on either side of a mahogany lozenge-shaped panel. The sabre motif legs to the front with incised reeding.

Circa 1810
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Regency period simulated rosewood chairback settee. With four x-shaped splats and a caned seat, the top rails with gilt painted arabesques.

Circa 1810
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A George III Hepplewhite period mahogany sofa in the French taste. Of cabriole form, the rolled arms with gadrooned edge extending to French scrolled feet.

Circa 1780
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George II period camel back sofa with mahogany show frame. The square chamfered legs with fret carved brackets and blind fret chinoiserie carving to the front legs in the Chippendale manner, with the rear legs slightly splayed, all supported by original leather wheel castors.
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A George III carved mahogany camelback sofa, with serpentine front and shaped and rolled arms, with exposed foliate carved facings, raised on four square, molded front legs.

Circa 1780
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George III period camel back sofa. The camel back adjoins downsloping rolled arms, terminating in a serpentine front rail. The square tapering front legs terminate in spade feet.

Circa 1780
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Louis XVI style giltwood sofa with a leaf and berry carved frame, the padded back, arms, and overstuffed seat flanked by acanthus carved uprights to the arms, on six stop fluted cylindrical section legs, terminating in castors. The upholstery, Colony 'Melagrano' pattern.

Second quarter, 19th century
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An early George III period mahogany bowfront sofa of large size, in the manner of Thomas Chippendale. Of excellent, original condition, the legs of cabriole form, of carved acanthus motif, terminating in scrolled feet, inset with original leather-wheeled castors.

Second quarter, 19th century
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George III period Irish sofa. Of 'camel back' out line, with carved oak leaves and acorns to the mahogany showframe on the outsweeping arms, and encircling ribbons to the cabriole legs.

Circa 1780
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George III painted and gilt triple chairback settee. The frame is decorated overall with simulated rosewood graining. The chairbacks with scrolling X-shaped splats centered by paterae, and surmounted by tablets painted with musical and hunting trophies.

Circa 1800
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Regency period ebonized and gilt painted chairback settee, in the manner of John Gee. The finialed top rail with ribbon-tied foliate garlands, with painted bellflower decoration descending down the baluster-shaped splats.

Circa 1810
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George III gilt sofa with a moulded, arched, upholstered panel back and padded splayed arm supports with foliate and Greek key ornament, with a bowed and three cushions upholstered in pale green floral damask.

Circa 1790
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William and Mary design "horsebone" leg side chairs, covered with an 18th century needlework upholstery. The legs and stretchers are gilded, with the bases of the front legs with carved acanthus leaf decoration.

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A pair of George III Scottish armchairs, of 'Cockpen' type. The lattice backs surmount dished seats upholstered in modern green silk damask. The legs are of a clustered reed design possibly in imitation of Chinese bamboo.

Circa 1765
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