A good quality set of six Gothic Revival oak dining chairs designed by Charles Bevan and made by Gillows of Lancaster with protruding shaped strip to the head rail and canted corners and dot detailing beneath, the central vertical upright with central circular disc and angular cross member with conforming dot detailing to the lower edges with through tennons to the ends and raised buttons to the fronts and another central raised button above the central V and further dot detailing to the lower seat sides on hexagonal tapering front legs.
91cm high. Circa 1870's.
All these chairs have been gently knocked apart, joints cleaned, glued reassembled, clamped and refinshed in our workshops. (one upholstered in a quality hide to show the finished example)