Queen Anne Side Chairs, Near Matching Assembled Set of Eight

Great Surfaces

Queen Anne Side Chairs, Near Matching Assembled Set of Eight

As depicted, a group of eight closely related chairs in great surface. Carved yoke crest above spooned vasiform splat above molded stay-rail.
Rear post/stiles are molded and taper to top-rail. The trapezoidal seats with corner-blocks above block and baluster turned front legs… raised on brush feet… the legs joined by turned stretchers; front and lower side being very robust. The rush seats are very old and functional. Seven chairs fitted with appropriately upholstered seat cushions. Each of the custom-made cushions has a hidden bottom board [within] designed to protect the integrity of the rush seats.

Item Date: 1740-1750

Measurement: Height: 41.25"; seat height: 17"; width: 19.25"; depth: 14"

Item Condition: Outstanding old black-painted/stained surfaces. Rush seats are older and serviceable. Very good condition, several seats with small losses, several frames slightly loose, light stains to cushions. All chairs are fine for everyday use.

Date Added: September 19, 2023

Date Sold: January 6, 2024


SKU 1255-14

For More Information, Please Contact David Hillier at 978-597-8084 or email drh@aaawt.com.

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