Check out this extremely hard to find matching pair of turn of the century hall chairs. Their solid mahogany frames are of exceptional quality. Notice the heft and thickness in the woods. These are not dainty or delicate in structure. The extremely tall backs have a curvaceous pierced carved crest. Look closely and notice that the carvings are no applied, but actually carved out from the wood. The central mahogany raised panel has dramatic graining. Additional carvings are repeated below the back panel. Notice the carved saddle shaped seat. One chair has a very slight seam separation. This does not affect the integrity of the chair or seat. The carved shape of the seat makes it very comfortable. The chairs have Queen Anne style legs with turned stretchers. They retain their original finish which is in excellent condition having a deep, rich color and patina. The frames are all tight and stout. 41"h X 18"w X 19"d, Condition: Excellent, Circa: 1890-1910.