Thursday, 5 May 2011

Hepplewhite Chair

OK, it's a reproduction 'in the style of Hepplewhite' dining chair but it's still very old, probably late 1880's. It's stamped VII so is from a large dining set. Very generous proportions. Nicely worn with some great copper botch-repairs (see detail) adding very much to the charm. The seat is re-upholstered and is covered in a bright linen which I think is only partly successful so I'm likely to re-cover this and am happy to do so free for anyone who wants to buy it (and has some material).

This chair is for sale.

Child's Dish Chair


A 1960's wicker bath chair that looks much like a satellite dish. Seat pad covered in tough wipe-clean cotton so you won't mind the kids sitting on it. Includes secret storage area for toys because kids love that don't they?

This chair is sold but I might be able to find you another if you're very keen.