Circa 1870, set of 14 oak Gothic revival dining chairs in the Pugin style. The square backs are upholstered and padded, and the sturdy framing is held in place by chamfered columns beneath. The chairs have large stuffover seats and beneath this are four turned and faceted legs with ring turnings at the top and bottom and finishing on a large block with brass and brown porcelain castors at the front and slightly outswept feet at the back. From the blocks is a cross over stretcher uniting the legs. The chairs are neat size, clean and sturdy.
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