A Set of Fourteen George III Mahogany Dining Chairs

Each with rectangular padded back with arched top rail and padded seat with serpentine front rail, on square reeded legs and accentuated back rake joined by stretchers, with overall exceptional colour. The boldly drawn line bears striking resemblance to the set of eighteen Scottish dining chairs by Alexander Peter c. 1759, at Dumfries House.
A similar set was supplied by the cabinet maker William Masters, to the second Duke of Atholl at Blair Castle, Perthshire.

Height: 94cm
Width: 57cm
Widest depth:  66cm
Seat depth: 49cm
Seat Height 47cm