The English Queen Anne Walnut Dining Chairs Ann Chair is available in our Hertfordshire warehouse if you want to have a look.
Looking for classic chair set that redefines your standards? Then this set is just for you. The Queen of chairs in all respect, these chairs are crafted to leave a distinctive mark with its solid and durable nature. Available in the set of 10 constituting two arm chairs and eight sides, these chairs are marked beneath the seat as a mark of quality.
wonderful fluidity and rhythm to these chairs with the cabriole legs with hand carved motifs and the beautiful back spalt with the scrolling emblem, these chairs are supremely comfortable with re-upholstered white seats to each chair. These chairs look visibly fantastic when places around the table. These chairs are available for sale with matching tables and also in the set of 6 or 8, as per your requirement.
Ready for home use after fresh repolishing, these chairs are built to last for years. The lovely veneer to the burr walnut still has the aroma of fresh polishing.
The Queen Anne Style name signifies three different styles: an early 18th-century style of embellished arts and architecture, an architectural style of the late 19th century in England, and an alike architectural style of the late 19th century in America. Referring to the design during the reign of Queen Anne which lasted from 1702 to 1714 extended partly into the reign of her successor, George I. Hallmarks of Queen Anne furniture design are chairs with cabriole legs and backs curved to suit the spine, and a variety of small tables suited to serving tea. Silverware, graceful in line, is unadorned. In architecture, 18th-century Queen Anne style is related with small residential buildings, particularly of brick—as opposed to contemporary English Baroque buildings. Queen Anne style was revived in England about 1870 in the series of red brick London town houses and Elizabethan-style manor houses built by the English architect and urban designer Richard Norman Shaw. Inspired by Shaw’s work American designers amended the style to American tastes.
Dimensions are in inches (Width x Depth x Height x Seat Height): 21 x 18 x 42 x 20 x Seat Height
Dimensions are in inches (Width x Depth x Height x Seat Height): 22 x 18 x 42 x 20
Dimensions are in CM (Width x Depth x Height): 53 x 46 x 107 x 51 x Seat Height;
Dimensions are in CM (Width x Depth x Height x Seat Height): 56 x 46 x 107 x 51