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English Regency Bergere Chair Painted Ebonized Wood and Cane
Exquisite 19th century ebonized wooden bergère armchair with caned back, bottom and sides. It is difficult to photograph all the details so please view all of the images. The origina...
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Antique 1810s English Regency Bergere Chairs

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Fruitwood, Damask

Pair of Bergère Beech Chairs with New Canework Featuring Schumacher Fabric
These chairs arrived very unloved and have since been completely overhauled with expert canework replacement in the UK by a master craftsman, Paul Boulton. The cane has been left uns...
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Antique 1890s British Victorian Bergere Chairs

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Beech

Pair of 19th Century Solid Satinwood Window Seats
A fine pair of 19th century solid satinwood window seats, circa 1890. Rare examples of solid satinwood, designed with the Regency influence. Semi elliptical bases with ebony mounts...
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Antique Late 19th Century English Regency Revival Bergere Chairs

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Satinwood

E W Godwin. by William Watt. An Anglo-Japanese Beech and Caned Armchair
By Edward William Godwin
Located in London, GB
Edward William Godwin (1833-1886) for William Watt, an Anglo-Japanese beech and caned armchair. An identical armchair with an 'Heirloom' enamel label (William Watts representatives) ...
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Antique Late 19th Century English Anglo-Japanese Armchairs

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Cane, Beech

Late 19th Century Beech Framed Bergere
A well carved beech framed Bergere, the continuous carved frame with flowers and foliage. A bergère is an enclosed upholstered French armchair (fauteuil) with an upholstered back a...
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Antique 19th Century British Bergere Chairs

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Beech

  • Late 19th Century Beech Framed Bergere
  • Late 19th Century Beech Framed Bergere
  • Late 19th Century Beech Framed Bergere
  • Late 19th Century Beech Framed Bergere
H 39 in. W 28 in. D 30 in.