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Promoted item:Set of 5 Oak Church chairs with blue velvet upholstery.

Set of 5 Oak Church chairs with blue velvet upholstery.

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About Chairs

In ancient Egypt, chairs were objects of great richness and splendor built for use by the aristocracy. They were either composed of ebony and ivory, or of carved and gilded wood. Egyptian chairs were supported by sculpted representations of the legs of beasts or the figures of captives. The earliest Greek chairs had backs, but stood straight up. They were often ornamented with winged sphinx. Like the Egyptian chairs, the legs featured the feet of various beasts. Roman chairs were made of marble. They were also adorned with sphinxes. Throughout the Middle Ages, chairs were the privilege of rulers or priests. This would change in the Renaissance, when chairs became available to anyone who could afford to buy one. The majority of the chairs produced in all countries during this period were of oak without upholstery. When cushioning finally became popular, leather, velvet and silk were used.English chairs were influenced by the furniture of other European countries. This can be seen in the chairs of the Tudor period. The arms and legs of English Tudor chairs were scrolled and ornamented. This type of design would end during the William and Mary period, when chairs would become stiffer and more rectangular. However, chair design would reach its heyday in 18th Century France and England, a period which is often referred to as The Golden Age of furniture. This is when we begin to see the elegant oval-backed chairs, complete with exquisitely woven tapestry.