English, early 19th century. A set of six George III Hepplewhite dining chairs in mahogany, each having a shaped crest, and pierced splat with ears of wheat and carved bell flower design, over an upholstered slipper seat, all rising on fluted square tapered legs with stretcher support; ht. 34.5, wd. 19.5, dp. 18.5 in. (each).
Provenance:Property from the collection of Dr. Helmut Liedloff, Carbondale, Illinois
Item is in good condition overall with surface and age wear with use.
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