I have a church prayer chair for sale. The chair is made from oak, and has had a repair done in beach wood, please see the photos. The height 85 cm X withe 39 cm X depth 50.5 cm. There is signs of woodworm, and this has been treated with cuprinol 5 star wood treatment. This is a very solid oak chair. Collection or delivery option. If you have any questions, please send me a message.
Cleaned and Painted in a lovely neutral shade of chalkpaint, distressed and Clear Waxed. To finish i have added a rustic Hessian Trim. Gorgeous upcycled Antique Arts and Crafts Chunky Solid Oak Bobbin turned open Armchair.
I have a single oak prayer chair for sale. It's a really solid oak chair, and has character. It's very practical and would make a great addition to any room. The measurements are, height 85.5cm x withe 35cm x depth 49cm. Collection or delivery option. If you have any questions, please send me a message.
OCCASIONAL HALL / BEDROOM CHAIR. LIGHT GOLDEN OAK. SEAT HEIGHT - 17". and House Clearances. Antiques, Collectables, Quality Antique Furniture, Militaria. THEREFOR MAY SHOW AGE RELATED SIGNS OF WEAR. --- HOUSE CLEARANCE SERVICE AVAILABLE ---.
We have for sale a large antique elbow chair, ideal for a fireside or as a comfortable office desk chair. The tapestry upholstery fabric has worn threads on each arm pad. Otherwise in very good presentable condition.
4 x Antique Arts & Crafts Victorian Carved Oak Dining Chairs. We have for sale a very charming set of four Cromwellian style dining chairs. Dating from 1890-1910. Height Of Seat:15.5"(39.5cm). Depth Of Seat:18"(46cm).
This is a gorgeous unique antique chair ,Seat is 35cm high but will compress slightly when sat on ! 55cm max width and 87cm tall at back and max depth is 57cm ( armrests are 55cm from floor ). This has been treated with fire retardant to comply with fire regulations and for your peace of mind.
English Oak Dining Chairs. A set of 2 English oak dining chairs with carved top rail. and drop-in seat raised on turned baluster legs. 19.7 in (50 cm ) floor to seat. are in sturdy condition with no wobbles or loose joints.
These chairs have been in weekly use in a church hall for around a hundred years so they aren't immaculate! The painting was probably done in the 1930s as this was a fashionable effect that was popular around this period.