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Armchair Armchair

Armchair with a very sloping back, pine and elm, from the household furnishings of Market Hill, Watten, purchased 1844, late 18th - mid 19th century

Armchair Armchair

Oak armchair with panelled sides and a deep apron, from the Argyle Street Tearooms (used in the Smoking and Billiards Rooms), Glasgow, designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, 1898, made at the workshop of Francis Smith, Glasgow, 1898-99

Armchair Armchair

Armchair of oak, the back with a panel carved with the genealogy of the Douglas of Glenbervie family, dated 1665

Armchair Armchair

Armchair of fir and possibly other woods, varnished, with two vertical back panels, boarded seat and scrolling arms, from Buchan, dated 1668

Armchair / chair, nursing Armchair / chair, nursing

Oak armchair or possibly a nursing chair, with a coat-of-arms on the back which may belong to the Irvine family, probably from Aberdeenshire, dated 1652

Armchair Armchair

Armchair in the 'Glastonbury' style, with carved back and arms,and x-frame legs, the back design centred on a six point star and both back and arms bearing carved inscriptions. The exterior surface of each arm is painted in red beneath the plane of the carving. There is a red velvet squab cushion associated with the chair. Presented to Alice Boyd by William Bell Scott in 1860. From Penkill Castle, Ayrshire.

Armchair Armchair

Oak armchair with modern green leather upholstery: British, designed by Edward Welby Pugin, probably for Croston Hall, Lancashire, c. 1860

Armchair Armchair

Dark-stained oak armchair with panelled sides, pierced with a flying bird motif, and a drop-in seat of woven rush covered with chequered horsehair, from the Argyle Street Tearooms, Glasgow (probably used in the ground floor rooms), designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, 1898, and made at the workshop of Francis Smith, Glasgow, 1898 - 1899

Armchair Armchair

Oak armchair of 'Glastonbury' type, thought to have been designed or specified by Peter Paul Pugin for Fort Augustus Abbey, made in Great Britain, 1878 - 1900

Armchair Armchair

Giltwood armchair upholstered in red damask with cabriole legs, hairy paw feet and decorated seat rails, made for Sir Lawrence Dundas: English, London, designed by Robert Adam, made by the workshop of Thomas Chippendale, 1765

Armchair Armchair

Giltwood armchair upholstered in red damask with cabriole legs, hairy paw feet and decorated seat rails, made for Sir Lawrence Dundas: English, London, designed by Robert Adam, made by the workshop of Thomas Chippendale, 1765

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