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Antique Dining Chairs

By the mid-18th Century large sets of antique Dining Chairs were being produced in a variety of styles. Victorian chairs often came in sets where two chairs would have arms and while a number, known as side chairs, would be made without arms. Antique Mahogany Dining Chairs. These chairs were predominantly wooden and were made using a number of materials. With many surviving you can still buy Rosewood Dining Chairs today, with upholstered seats which are either “drop-in” or “stuffover”. The style of carving and decoration altered from the Chippendale period Dining Chairs to the Hepplewhite and Sheraton periods and into the Regency with certain styles re-appearing later in the 19th Century.