This elegant set of six Regency, George IVth mahogany dining chairs was made about 1825. The front legs are turned, and the rear ones are sabre. The colour is rich honey hue, and the back incorporates a well carved horizontal splat with three medallions supported by reeds and darts. The top rail is a tablet with border. The tops of the chairs are decorated with paterae on the outsides. They are currently stuffover upholstered in many, many hours of painstaking hand needlework with floral sprays. Recovering them would cost around about $100 each plus fabric.