A pair of English carved oak hall chairs from the late 19th century with carved shield-shaped backs and leather upholstered seats. Each of this pair of English hall chairs features an exquisite back, carved in the shape of a shield and adorned with delicate foliage motifs. A trapezoidal seat, covered with a nicely aged leather upholstery accented with a brass nailhead trim, is raised on four legs. The front legs are turned while the back ones are saber. With their exquisite shape and lovely patina, this pair of English oak hall chairs circa 1880 will bring a touch of refinement to any home, whether placed in a foyer, bedroom or living room.
H 33 in. x W 17 in. x D 14 in. (Seat: 18.5″H)
H 83.82 cm x W 43.18 cm x D 35.56 cm (Seat: 46.99 cm H)