A pair of English mahogany hall chairs from the second half of the 19th century, with hand-painted heraldic lions, turned and saber legs. Each of this pair of English mahogany hall chairs features a polygonal back with canted upper corners, accentuated in its center with a medallion adorned with a hand-painted heraldic lion, symbol of England. The trapezoidal seat is slightly recessed in its center, and rests on four legs, the front ones being turned with arrow feet, while the hind ones are saber. With their clean lines and elegant décor, these English mahogany hall chairs, circa 1870 will be a lovely addition to any home, particularly in an entryway perhaps flanking a console table.
H 34 in. x W 17.25 in. x D 14.5 in. (Seat: 17.5″ H)
H 86.36 cm x W 43.82 cm x D 36.83 cm (Seat: 44.45 cm H)