A pair of Victorian pine carved altar chairs reclaimed from a church constructed in 1860s in the North East of England.
The chairs, which are similar in design, have minor differences leading us to believe they are 'male and female'. Both communion chairs have detailed carving to the sides and fronts and turned front legs.
Both chairs are pitch pine and have upholstered backs and seats, though the original blue/grey velvet is quite worn and marked. The chairs are in relatively good condition though they may need some reupholstery work to the seats.