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Chair, Side, English c.1760

  An English Chippendale side chair c.1760 in mahogany. This example has fine carving to the crest rail and pierced splat. The carving is developed in filigree and flower and is sharp and crisp. The upholstered slip seat in covered in period silk which shows wear. The chair retains fine color and good surface. A repair has been made to the central stretcher. (#0222)
Dimensions:  Height: 37"  Length: 0"  Width: 21"
$3,100.00  
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Chair, Side, English c.1725-1750

  An English George II mahogany side chair with slip seat. Period c.1725-1750. The chair has a repair to rear leg. This example has fine leaf carving and sea scrolls to the knees. It also has a nice parchment scrolled crest rail. The chair is a good example of transition from the Queen Anne to Georgian schools. The stump rear legs were frequently used as models in American chairmaking. The chair is of good size and proportion and is comfortable. (#0241)
Dimensions:  Height: 39"  Length: 22"  Width: 17"
$3,200.00  
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Chair, Corner, rosewood, English, c.1820-1830

  An English regency period rosewood corner chair. Having a finely faded patina finish. c.1820-1830. This example has a compass stretcher and pierced solid splat. The arms are supported by finely turned bobbins which match the bobbin and vase form legs. The slip seat is upholstered and can be removed. Repair to bottom of front leg. (#0273)
Dimensions:  Height: 30"  Length: 18"  Width: 18"
$4,800.00  
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Chair, Arm, Venetian, Louis XV

  To a Italian Venetian open armchair of the Louis XV period. This chair was made about 1760-1780 and originally was painted red. Traces of the coloring still show on the caved wood surfaces. The chair is a good example of Venetian furniture and is presently covered in woven red horsehair fabric made in France. (#0388)
Dimensions:  Height: 35.75"  Length: 25"  Width: 19"
$6,000.00  
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Stand, Bedside, Tambour, French c.1790

  To a fine quality French mahogany bedside stand or commode, having a tambor front raised on tappered legs. Note: this interesting table could be used for either chair side or bedside use. (#1195)
Dimensions:  Height: 26"  Length: 12"  Width: 18.50"
$3,750.00  
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Chair, Side, Philadelphia, Mahogany c.1780-1800

  To a Chippendale American side chair know as a "Pretzel-Back" or "Ladder-Back" chair. A similar labeled example is in the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Both by Daniel Trotter, born 1748, working from 1769 and died in 1800. The chair retains the original hard pine removable slip seat, which is presently covered in leather. This chair is in good condition, having two new interior corner glue blocks, while retaining two originals. The seat rails and front legs are moulded with a bead and the back members are hand carved. (#1213)
Dimensions:  Height: 38.25"  Length: 21.75"  Width: 18.50"
$3,200.00  
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Chest, 4 drawer Mahogany, American, c.1790-1810

  To a good quality Delaware Valley 4-drawer chest. The drawer fronts and top are veneered with finely figured mahogany. The drawers are constructed of tulip poplar sides and soft pine bottoms and they retain the original cock beading to the front. The piece has the original overhang to the top to cover chair rail and it is all in good order with replaced hardware. The French bracket feet are original. The piece has had the usual small repairs. A South Carolina owner's label is nailed to the rear. (#1352)
Dimensions:  Height: 38.50"  Length: 41.75"  Width: 21.25"
$5,350.00  
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Chair, Side, Caned English c.1680-1700

  To a good quality English Baroque side chair. The crest rail carved with floral punch decoration. The splayed feet have been reduced in height. With repairs. Provenance: William Trent House, Trenton, NJ. (#1439)
Dimensions:  Height: 42.50"  Length: 15"  Width: 18.50"
$1,299.00  
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Chair, Side, Caned English c.1700-1720

  To an ebonized English beechwood side chair. Having a craved crest with the all seeing eye. The back and seat are canned and the four repaired legs are connected with a swirl stretcher. Provenance; William Trent House Trenton, NJ. (#1440)
Dimensions:  Height: 43.50"  Length: 18"  Width: 15.50"
$1,299.00  
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Chairs, 6 Side Dining, English, Mahogany c.1810-1820

  A good set of neoclassic revival side chairs with secondary wood of beech. The chairs retain the original framed slipseats, which are over covered in silk. The crest rails are turned in a rope design with acorns between the styles. An inlaid rail crosses the styles and below is a hand carved anthemion and shell above foliage. The saber legs are inlaid as are all of the front styles. (#1487)
Dimensions:  Height: 32.50"  Length: 19"  Width: 17"
$8,650.00  
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Chair, Side, 18th C. Anglo Portuguese Roswood

  To rare Queen Anne Style Portuquese side chair having rich foilate-carved crestrail above a vase shaped solid splat. The tooled leather seat and frame appear to be original to the chair. A Portuguese makers' or owners' signiture is written to the seat frame. This is a rare original survival. (#1617)
Dimensions:  Height: 48"  Length: 18"  Width: 20"
$3,200.00  
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Chairs, A pair, Cast Iron, Fern c. 1930

  A pair of vintage cast iron fern and blackberry pattern garden chairs in the Colebrookdale Style. Having continuous arms and pierced seat. A great garden item. (#2089)
Dimensions:  Height: 33"  Length: 24"  Width: 24"
$3,750.00  
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Chairs 4 Curtain Arm, Cast Iron c.1903

  A a set of four cast-iron Boston Panel armchairs, the square back pierced with scrolls, swags and stylized foliage, the seats with arabesques, and the curved supports with swag motif, marked with patent date of April 7, 1903, American, early 20th c. 35.5 ins. High, 20 ins. Wide, 16 ins. Deep. These curtain-style chairs, termed "Boston Panel," were offered by a few American manufacturers. Evident in the seats is a combination of vegetal arabesques—relating to Arts and Crafts designs—and classically inspired floral swags. This particular pattern always includes a scalloped front apron. M.D. Jones & Co. of Boston illustrates the armchair, along with coordinating settees, in its ca. 1903 catalogue. A great garden item. (#2090)
Dimensions:  Height: 37"  Length: 20"  Width: 20"
$50.00  
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