These dining chairs are 'Queen Anne' style, which means they have curved ('cabriole') legs, and a simple middle section in the back. This style has been described as 'an emphasis on line and form rather than ornament'. It originated around the time of the reign of Queen Anne in Great Britain (1702–1714).
While these chairs appear to be well-constructed antiques, they are more likely to have been made in the 19th or early 20th century. The fabric seat cover was re-done within the past decade using modern fabric.
They are lovely to look at and comfortable to sit on.
Why not come by the shop and take a look?
Price per chair.
save 71 kg CO2eq when you buy a secondhand chair, instead of new