Pair of English Neoclassical Adams Style Barrel Form Hall Chairs


Elegant pair of mahogany English hall chairs made in the 18th century Adamesque style and manner of William Adams and his sons. The chairs feature parquetry inlay in the neoclassical taste from the Adams revival period of late 19th century England. The chair frames are decorated with satinwood inlay on the crest rail and supports depicting bellflower motifs. The front legs are decorated with fine thread inlay and end with distinctive spade feet. The seats are newly upholstered with a French ticking stripe style of fabric accented with brass nail heads. The rare chairs have a dramatic profile and delicate style. From an estate in Napa Valley, CA.

Dimensions: 22.5"w x 21"d x 29"h, Seat 16.5"h

Circa: 19th Century, England

Materials: Brass, Fabric, Mahogany

Condition: Good, minor wear consistent with age and use. Reupholstered. Beautifully crafted with age appropriate wear. Due to the delicate nature of this style and design the chairs have slightly loose joinery. New fabric as seen in photos.

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