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ANTIQUE WELSH CHILD'S
ARMCHAIR
Circa 1790

Ref: 14739

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Welsh oak chairs, comprising two armchairs and four singles

ANTIQUE SET OF WELSH
CAMEL BACK CHAIRS
Carmarthenshire, Circa 1790

Ref: set2

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ANTIQUE WELSH PAIR
OF CHAIRS WITH ROPEWORK SEATS
19th Century

Ref: 15173

 

Antique Welsh oak gothic-style two-seater bench of very unusual and well-designed construction, bearing the pencilled inscription,
“John Jones, Maker, April 1887” of  Pontardawe, Glamorganshire

ANTIQUE WELSH OAK
TWO SEATER BENCH
Made by John Jones in April 1887

Ref: 16785

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ANTIQUE PAIR OF WALNUT
SIDE CHAIRS
With upholstered seats
Circa 1720

Ref: 16241

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Set of four faux-rosewood dining chairs, with carved crest and cross rails

ANTIQUE SET OF FAUX
ROSEWOOD
DINING CHAIRS
Circa 1830

Ref: 2677

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

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Welsh lipwork chair (made from rolls of wheat straw bound by peeled bramble)

ANTIQUE WELSH LIPWORK CHAIR
Hafod in Cardiganshire

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Welsh oak armchair, with a shaped apron and carved crest rail above a yew-wood raised and fielded panel, with shaped arms raised on turned supports

ANTIQUE WELSH OAK ARMCHAIR
Montgomeryshire, Circa 1640

Ref: 16813

 
     

 

 

 

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Antique Welsh lipwork chair made from rolls of wheat straw bound by peeled bramble
This is an ancient style of a type which was discovered in Britain by the Romans and
taken back to the Continent This example is from Hafod Cardiganshire
antique set of Welsh oak chairs comprising two armchairs and four singles with camel back crest rails
over fretted splats with fleur de lys motifs over solid seats now upholstered raised on square legs united by stretchersWelsh oak antique boarded childs rocking chair with shaped sides and top rail and a pierced heart motifantique gothic style two seater bench in oak of very unusual and well designed construction
bearing the pencilled inscription John Jones Maker April 1887
Rare Welsh oak antique boarded chair of a type developed for the use of travelling exhorters who preached
on the open hillsides to large and enthusiastic congregations Reputedly used by Howell Harris leader of the Calvinistic Methodists
Welsh oak antique armchair with a shaped apron and carved crest rail above a yew wood raised and fielded panel
with shaped arms raised on turned supports over a solid seat with turned front and square back
legs united by stretchers The front stretcher with a shaping and carved motif matching the crest ra
Welsh oak combination antique settle and cupboard This was a semi fixturedesigned to fit into the inglenook
of a large farmhouse with the panelled end facing into the room and the panelled back forming a wall alongside the doorway