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A good quality matched set of four early 19th century Windsor chairs. The chairs with yew pierced splats, elm seats and standing on yew and ash turned legs. ...
A fabulous 19th Century antique yew wood and elm seated smokers bow arm chair, having fantastic colour and patination.
The chair is of excellent quality and has finely turned spindles and ...
A Good High Back Windsor Chair in Yew Wood with an Elm seat, from the workshop of George Nicholson or Fred Walker both making chairs from their workshop in the ...
A Rare set of Four low back Windsor chairs in Yew Wood with Elm seats and Ash back legs by Wiliam Wheatland. William started out chair making in the market ...
Offered for sale is this good solid early 19th Century antique yew and ash and elm hoop back Windsor armchair.
A yew wood birch and elm broad arm Windsor chair , Seat width 46cm Depth 43cm
A very attractive mid 19th Century child’s armchair made in yew wood with an ash seat. In the full sized version, this chair would have been called a smoker’s bow ...
A Very Good set of Four Yew Wood Low Back Windsor Chairs they have Elm seats and Ash back legs the rest of each chair is Yew, they all have ...
Exquisite Caddy of excellent quality - Boxwood line to outer edges with original mixing bowl in centre section - Rosewood lids with bone knobs to both compartments. Brass ring pull ...
Good high back Windsor chair in yew wood with an elm seat, from the Workshop of William Wheatland this chair would have been made in his workshop in Retford Nottinghamshire ...
A superb Regency period burr yew tea caddy, possibly burr elm. The caddy is of sarcophagus form with a panel of parquetry inlay to the lid. The parquetry inlay is ...
Offered for sale is this early 19th Century George III antique mahogany dressing mirror with yew and boxwood stringing.
Lovely early 19th Century yew and elm low back Windsor armchair with crinoline stretcher and carved wheel splat back. Lovely chair and very comfortable with a fabulous colour tone too.
This charming 18th century, yew & elm antique Windsor chair dates from the Georgian period and is extremely rare being constructed with Yew wood. It has a beautiful curved back ...
A Fine and Rare Windsor chair in Yew Wood with an Elm seat by John or Elizabeth Gabbitass , who were the first Windsor chair makers in the town of ...
Manufacturer: Nottinghamshire - Rockley
Material: Yew Wood and Elm
Colour: Medium Oak
Height: 79 cm
Seat height: 34 cm
Width at arms: 55 cm
Article number: YAL 2404
Early Victorian (circa 1840) low back Windsor Armchair in ...
This is a good low back Windsor chair in yew wood with an elm seat, from the workshop of George Nicholson or Fred Walker both chair makers ran the workshop ...
Offered for sale is this 1960's yew wood open bookcase with 3 shelves and cupboard in good condition.
Offered for sale is this 1960's yew wood desk with green leather top in good condition. 2 drawers with top cabinet of small drawers.
Victorian Arbutus Irish Killarney ware glove box. A superb example of a Arbutus (Irish Yew) Irish Killarney ware Glove box. The glove box features a picture of Muckross Abbey ...
A beautiful original Art Deco period cabinet, unusually made from burr yew wood, this dates from the 1920-30’s. We have had this stripped and re-polished to a very high standard, ...
Extremely attractive burr yew jewellery box in very good condition. The style is such that it would be equally suitable for use by a lady or gentleman. Measures approximately 10” ...
A good matched pair of yew and ash Windsor chairs. The chairs with pierced yew splats, elm seats standing on turned legs with crinoline stretchers. Both chairs are a comfortable ...
An early Barback Windsor armchair
Oxford / High wycombe, c.1820-40
Ash, Elm and Yew woods
Scribed line decoration
A sturdy smaller sized Windsor
17' (43.5cm) seat height
A Good 19th century Low Back Windsor Chair in Yew Wood with an Elm Seat it has a crinoline stretcher. the condition is excellent and it has a pleasing colour ...
A near pair of 19th century Kitchen Chairs in Yew Wood with an Elm seat, both are in excellent condition with a pleasing colour and patina, North Nottinghamshire in origin.
An early 20th century Georgian style octagonal yew wood veneered tray which is walnut based with eight panels of yew wood 'oyster' veneer and has a shaped yew edge.
An excellent Edwardian period nest of four, or quartetto, graduated tea tables of fine construction in solid mahogany, the tops inset with burr yew wood veneers and surrounded with cross ...
A good 18th century Sheraton period yew wood tea caddy.
Elm and Yew Windsor Chair. Seat height: 43cm.
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