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Seller: nearlygoldfinger (3) 75%, Location: Church Stretton, Shropshire., Ships to: Free Local Pickup, Item: 401697002550 sending/receiving email = intermittent OVERVIEW 6 x early Georgian [circa 1725/George l] country oak chairs with great provenance. Each chair with panel seat, three-rail back-rake, raised on pilaster and block legs joined by pilaster front - and side stretchers. For sale as set of 6 The table [featured in photos] is for sale under separate listing: 401696990728Pleased to consider 'friendly negotiation for chairs and table SIZESizes are approximate and expressed in metric Slight variations in size/shape namely to back rake and spindles. Average/approximate dimensions;height [overall]; 106 Seat Width [front width/tapers to back]; 44 Seat Depth; 33 Seat height from floor;44Back rake [top seat to top rail];62width of vertical rails [making back rake] 4.5cm each [ 3 rails] DESIGNTypical,George l/early 18th century provincial seating;Source 1 : Halls Auction Catalogue/Sales Desription [see last photo]Source 2 : Oak Furniture, The British Tradition By Victor Chinnery, Antique Collectors’ Club [1979] MATERIALEnglish- or wainscot oak CRAFTSMANSHIP & UNIQUE FEATURES Antique /circa 1725/George l Hand-made Mortise and Tennon JointsImpeccable provenance Typical period/vernacular designCONDITIONCommensurate with age. Colour: dark oak tones. Fading to areas [ back rake/seat] on 3 of 6 chairs.Damage/repairs: key points [ numbers are approximate]; 1 of 6 ; relatively loose joints1 of 6 ; relatively 'new' damage sustained to front leg [ possibly 50 yrs ago] 1 of 6 ; hole sustained along top bar on back rake [formerly oak knot]1 of 6 repair to panel seat6 of 6; wear/damage sustained to feet [ possibly on account of stone floor] PHOTOGRAPHS The photos show range of features intended to enable prospective buyers to make an informed choice.For example;Photo 3 = height variationPhoto 6 = old repair/split to front railPhoto 7 = old repair to seat panelPhoto 9 = chairs with dining table Photo 10 = hole to back rail [possibly on account of dislodged knot ] PROVENANCE Originally Preston Homes Trust, Shropshire [see pic/ Halls Auction catalogue entry] Purchased by Vendor from Halls Auction,December 2002 [catalogue included in sale] Note to Vendor from PrestonHomes Trust.[See pic] NOTES & HISTORY [Source/Extract: www.bradford-estates.co.uk ]The Preston Trust Homes Charity The Preston Trust Homes were founded with bequests from Lady Herbert in 1716 and Lord Torrington in 1718. Both were children of the 1st Earl of Bradford and the family link has been maintained to the present day with the 7th Earl of Bradford being the Chairman of the Trustees and most of the other Trustees being family members. The original bequest was to build and endow an almshouse for 12 poor women and 12 poor girls of Shropshire. The bequest from Lord Torrington was for the building of the Hall which was intended for use as a schoolroom and chapel. By the 1820's there were 20 women and 20 girls who were admitted at the age of 7 and kept until they were 16. This continued until about 1960 when the girls' dormitories were converted into double flats and whilst preference is still given to widows and spinsters, men can be admitted. Preston Trust Homes has since relocated from Preston upon the Weald Moors to a modern purpose built building in Newport accommodating 14 apartments for sole or dual occupancy, with residents mostly aged from sixties to nineties. FACTS V OPINION | RELIANCE ON SELLER REPRESENTATION Prospective buyers preferring to form independent opinions are invited to arrange to view in person [without obligation to buy]. CONDITIONS OF SALE Prospective buyers are kindly reminded the following terms apply. Collection by arrangement - A.M. or P.M. Church Stretton, Shropshire [4 hrs drive from London thereabouts]Collection POST CODE = SY6 6QE. Details supplied following payment receipt.Vehicle size restricton [farm track] Payment Method: PayPal ONLY Payment Term :Minimum 3 working days before collectionFlexible regarding collection, may however require 7-10 days notice from purchase date to collection date. THE CHAIRS FOR SALE ON E-BAY AND OTHER PLATFORMS Type: Dining Chair, Style: George1/ Circa 1725/Provincial, Material: Oak, Original/Reproduction: Original

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