Edward V111 oak dining table and 6 chairs
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Edward V111 oak dining table and 6 chairs


A rare oak dining table and chair set in the cotswold school style. This table is raised on four tapered oak pedestals and has a veneered oak top with solid moulded surrounding edges. This table has a royal stamp of Edward V111, Edward V111 abdicated before his coronation and only reigned within the year 1936. The table has been professionally restored and refinished sympathetically leaving some wear to outer edges and minor discretions to the top. The design of the 6 matched chairs, including 2 carvers is often attributed to Edward Barnsley who is said to initially had designed the chair for the coronation of Edward the 8th. This design was manufactured by various companies for many government and ministry departments throughout the next few decades. These chairs mostly have air ministry stamps to the seat rails. The chairs are all in completely solid condition, clean with restored seat pads and recovered in new vintage learherette to complete the sympathetic restoration. Table dimensions in box. More photographs are available on request. Carver chairs H 94cm, W 59cm, D 56cm, Seat 46cm, Arm 71cm Diner chair H87cm, W49cm, D47cm, Seat 46cm

Overall height 77cm

Overall width 76cm

Overall length 183cm

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