These chairs were made by The Thonet Company in Austria and have legs designed in the typical style of their garden furniture. They have a great patina with old green paint showing traces of early blue paint. They are very sturdy and ready for a summer on the porch. ref. 7-7782 $1,600 33” high 17”
This pair of signed chairs show the skill of the Lindome chair makers, and bear the stamped mark of the maker, Johanes Andersson. They are examples of a transitional style between the Rococo and Gustavian periods, with the backs typically Rococo, and legs showing Gustavian influences. The original paint surface although predominately a light grey
These elegant chairs, bearing a Stockholm stamp, were made and signed by Johan Erik Höglander, a prolific chair maker in Sweden. The chairs have a carved rosette at the crest, a floral medallion at the center of the apron, and a carved floral motif above reeded legs. They are covered in a linen fabric. ref.
These very special armchairs have several unique features that set them apart. The crest is highlighted by a decorative scroll that is echoed in the curve of the arms, and a delicate teardrop motif enhances the bottom back slat. Delicate carvings are evident throughout, and traces of the original paint remain. ref. 7-7757 $9,600 35”
This spectacular settee is a fine example of the work of the renowned chairmakers guild in lindome, sweden. The lindome signature, of the fruit and flowers of the hops plant, is beautifully expressed in exquisite carvings on the crest and apron, which are spaced between geometric carvings. This pattern is echoed on the arms as
The rustic pair of Thonet garden chairs in old white paint surface are pictured in the 1904 Thonet catalogue. They were model number 14004 and were made of birch wood. There is a barely visible Thonet mark on the back of one chair. They are very sturdy and in remarkable condition given their age. ref.
This very elegant single armchair bears the signature of the famous and prolific Swedish chair maker Ephriam Stahl, (1767-1820) who worked in Stockholm and was one of the main creators of furniture for King Gustav III of Sweden. The back of the chair with columnar back slats is surrounded with the expert carvings typical of
These sturdy Swedish dining chairs have a simple yet stately look typical of country chairs made for long evenings at the table. The front aprons has a fabulous carved detail ending in a circular design that is repeated on the backs. ref. 7-7620 $8,400 40" high 18" wide 17" deep 18.5" seat height
These unusual stools in original paint have the typical Gustavian carved leaf motif surrounding the apron and elegant splayed legs emanating from a carved rosette at the top. The stools have the easily identifiable stamp of the Stockholm Chair Makers Guild, Stockholm Sweden circa 1790. They were possibly made by Ephraim Stahl, a chair maker
A very good quality French Wrought Iron Garden bench circa 1890 with great details typical of the period. The back is divided into three parts with a scrolled motif designating each. The pierced metal seat has a curved front and is divided into three distinct seats. A second bench is available making them a great
These Swedish Gustavian stools retain the original grey paint surface and have carved medallions on the corners. The simple legs in a pad foot. They have been recovered in a French linen fabric, (not shown in this picture). ref. 7-7622 $5,800 16.5” high 15.5” square
This Swedish, Gustavian Period "Trågsoffa" retains the original pale blue paint surface with carvings of flowers on the base rail and flower medallions above reeded legs. It has been upholstered in a linen fabric in the original style, with buttons on back and side cushions. Sweden, circa 1790. ref. 7-7528 $10,000 68" long 23" deep
An elegant pair of Louis 16th style armchairs with delicate bow carvings on the back, apron and finials typical of that style. The pale bluish paint is original. New upholstery with a French late 19th century linen fabric. ref. 7-7351 $6,500 35.5” high 23.5” wide 16.5” seat height