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UK Architectural Antiques. Suppliers of cast iron radiators and interiors

ESTABLISHED 1976ALL PRICES INCLUDE VAT

USE OUR SECURE CHECKOUT 24 HOURS A DAY - EVERYDAY

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Primary Image - Antique Kitchen Church Chairs

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Antique Kitchen Church Chairs salvaged from Royal School of Bath
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Top view of the antique kitchen church chairs
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Antique Church Chairs from The Royal School In Bath
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Showing the seats of the antique church chairs from the Royal School of Bath
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Showing all of the Royal School Church Chairs here at UKAA
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This particular church chair has been painted Farrow and Ball Downpipe and then distressed
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Side view of the painted church chair
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We can paint your church chairs in a solid paint colour

Antique Kitchen Church Chairs

SOLD
SIMILAR WANTED

Ref: 6963

  • You are buying 1 Chair for the advertised price
    Antique Kitchen Church Chairs
  • This a lovely batch of salvaged church chairs with lovely patina, these particular chairs do not have a book holder at the back
  • All of the chairs are the same condition, colour and style
  • There are scuff marks from years of use on these chairs
  • These chairs have a lovely colour and patina
  • The seat height is 17 ¼" the width at the front of the chairs is 13 ½" and the overall height is 30 ½"
  • These chairs came from Royal School In Bath
  • We can paint your chairs a solid colour, a distressed or a distressed finish as shown below

If you have an item similar to this one that you would like to sell, email us directly via

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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