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Primary Image - Antique Folding Slatted Chairs

Antique Folding Slatted Chairs
Lovely patina of the antique folding slatted chairs
Top view of the antique folding slatted chairs
Close up of the slatted seat of the antique folding chairs
UKAA Buy and Sell Antique Folding Slatted Chairs
These folding antique chairs are made by Jeffery Sons & Co Ltd of Northampton
Showing the antique folding slatted chairs stacked safely in our warehouse

Antique Folding Slatted Chairs

SOLD
SIMILAR WANTED

Ref: 7377

  • Antique Folding Slatted Chairs
    You are buying one chair for the advertised price
  • These are a lovely batch of antique folding slatted chairs that have been salvaged from Yardley Hastings Church in Northampton
  • As you can see these folding chairs stack great
    Circa 1920
  • They have a lovely patina and colour with authentic signs of wear commensurate of age as shown in the photographs below
  • The chairs are made of Beech which is typical of the period and provides a very solid feel to the chair
  • Total Height of 31 ½", 17 ¼" Seat Height and 14 ½" Wide
  • Manufactured by Jeffery, Sons & Co of Northampton
  • Note there are signs of old wood worm in some of the chairs, this has been fully treated
  • Can’t Find What You’re Looking For... Click Here to View Our Other Church Chairs Available

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At UK Architectural Antiques we are always looking for new items to buy.

Our buyer is not office based - please note our sales staff cannot provided telephone valuations.

Our buyer buys remotely from your pictures and descriptions - then our driver collects and pays for the goods, therefore the buyer needs sufficient information so that he can make a decision without physically seeing the items.

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