• Antique Early 19th Century Black Occasional Chair

    Victorian walnut Occasional Chair painted in Pitch Black by Farrow and Ball.  A very pretty piece with fluted front legs with castors and scroll back. The beauty of this chair is in the fabric having been re-upholstered with remnants of genuine early 20th Century silk brocade.  This has a an oriental hunter motif with dogs, leopards (?) and huntsmen.  This luxurious fabric is perfectly set off with black silk which accentuate the side scrolls. The chair has been fully restored using traditional techniques and materials.
  • G Plan Armchair by E Gomme

    Very stylised armchair with fantastically exaggerated, angular wings and arms. Fully restored by Bouncing Hare Creations, it boasts dark charcoal grey Harris Tweed which is set off by hand-sewn yellow Harris Tweed piping and three buttons - very smart and űber retro! This early 1950’s/1960’s piece is an original G-Plan chair by E Gomme and is a fine example from this era. It has an original stamp to prove it, dating the chair between 1952 and 1964. The white oak frame has also been stripped back and returned to its original condition and the foam cushion replaced over a sprung seat. This chair has striking visual impact and is a real statement piece for any mid-Century aficionado.
  • Victorian Rosewood Occasional Chair

    A Victorian rosewood, high-backed occasional chair with cabriole front and splayed rear legs with original porcelain castors. With an unusually high back surmounted by a lovely flower motif carving repeated at the front.  This piece has been fully restored and traditionally upholstered by Bouncing Hare Creations. A really charming chair with wonderful compact proportions, it's scale is well-suited to a modern bedroom or a hall. Covered in opulent Italian claret velvet and Alhambra flower pattern back it says "wow!"  
  • The beauty of this 19th Century French Prie Dieu or Prayer Chair lies not only in the elaborate carvings, but also in the colour and patina of the oak. Despite its size, it has a real presence perhaps because of the countless entreaties that have been uttered upon it over the centuries. Fully restored using traditional techniques and materials.  To compliment the colour of the wood, we re-upholstered it in deep red Italian-made Swaffer velvet with purple piping.
  •   How cool is this? A 1930’s rocking chair with a very interesting and rare ‘full round’ design. I fell in love with the simple geometric lines so characteristic of the Art Deco era. The chair is very sturdy being made of solid oak. Small but extremely comfortable it has a sprung seat and is fully restored in purple Harris Tweed with vintage naval buttons (why not!) which compliment the beautiful patina of the wood.
  • Art Deco Rocking Armchair -3

    After much searching we found another unusual early 20th Century chair with strong Art Deco influence. It has a surprise feature – a hidden internal sprung rocking mechanism enabling you to recline to the point of optimum pleasure. Art Deco Rocking Armchair - 3 Slightly larger than the previous example we found and extremely comfortable with a an unusual headrest hinting at a wing back. The piece is covered in luxurious geometric blue and silver designer fabric by Alhambra which chimes beautifully with the period. It is finished with silver piping. Set on teak bun legs with new chrome casters. This piece has been fully rebuilt, re-polished and re-upholstered by Bouncing Hare Creations using traditional techniques and materials.
  • Lovely William IV mahogany rocking chair with an unusually long back topped with carving making the chair especially elegant and slender. Very comfortable with excellent lumbar support and a drop in seat. Yellow Harris Tweed compliments the deep colour of the wood beautifully. The mahogany frame has wonderful patina with various old but skilfully undertaken repairs (see pictures).  We decided not to conceal these as they add to the character of the piece. Fully restored using traditional techniques and materials.
  • Early 19th Century Mahogany Footstool
  • Antique Regency Period Childs Chair

    This gem was in shocking condition when it found its way to our workshop. The entire frame was re-dowelled and repainted using Farrow and Ball paint to replicate the ebony.  The brass ornaments were cleaned and re-upholstered in yellow contrasting velvet. As you can see, one of the ornaments on the side panel does not much but does not detract from the beauty of this rare little piece.
  • A pair of beautifully proportioned and delicate mahogany chairs with all the hallmarks of Sheraton.  They have the classic geometric back with ornate carvings of rosettes, flowers and ribbons around a central lyre.  The front legs are tapered and Jappaned with arrow feet whilst the back ones are simple splayed mahogany. The corner blocks on the underside of the chair are screwed not jointed.  This suggests these are a high quality replicas of Sheraton produced during a revival period in the late 19th Century.  These are also highly desirable and collectible in their own right. The chair has been fully restored using traditional techniques and materials and covered in a vibrant pink damask which compliments the colours of the wood.
  • Unusual early 20th Century chair with strong Art Deco influence.  It has a surprise feature - a hidden internal sprung rocking mechanism enabling you to recline to the point of optimum pleasure. This small but extremely comfortable piece is covered in luxurious, almost shimmering Italian made gold velvet by Swaffer with purple piping.  Set on birch bun legs with new brass casters. The patent number stamped in the leg is a sign of a good quality piece of furniture. This piece has been fully rebuilt, re-polished and re-upholstered using traditional techniques and materials.
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