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Side Chair, William & Mary, Banister Back, Prince of Wales Crest, Boston
Date/Period: 1710-1740


Side Chair, William & Mary, Banister Back, Prince of Wales Crest, Boston

Measurement: Height: 47.5"; seat height: 19"; width: 19": depth: 15"

Material: Maple, black paint

Condition: Very good

Additional Information: A fine carved black painted banister-back side chair featuring
openwork feather crest, four shaped banisters above Painted trapezoidal rush seat, raised on
block, vase, and ring turnings legs ending in beautifully turned feet and joined by robustly
turned stretchers.

$5,750.00

935-108


Side Chair, William & Mary, Banister Back, Prince of Wales Crest, Boston

Side Chair, William & Mary, Banister Back, Prince of Wales Crest, Boston



Side Chairs, Pair of Hepplewhite Paint Decorated Fancy Chairs
Probably Portsmouth, New Hampshire 1.
Date/Period: 1805-1815


Side Chairs, Pair of Hepplewhite Paint Decorated Fancy Chairs Probably Portsmouth, New Hampshire, entire view

Measurement: Height: 34.5"; seat height: 17.5"; width: 18.5"; depth: 16

Material: Maple, other woods may be extant, cane seats

Condition: Excellent, commensurate with age and use, trivial scattered paint losses

Additional Information: A wonderful pair of goldenrod yellow neoclassical side
chairs… the splats ornamented with a torch, bow, and arrow secured with blue
bowknots.

Fancy-painted chairs were made in Portsmouth, however there were established
trading networks between Portsmouth merchants who imported from New York,
Philadelphia, and elsewhere. 1.

The New Hampshire Historical Society owns a matching chair bearing the brand of
Lewis Barnes (1776-1856) its owner. A fancy settee and four side chairs are within the
collection of the Ackland Art Museum, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC.
Old Sturbridge Village owns a pair.

Literature: See Portsmouth Furniture - Masterworks from the New Hampshire
Seacoast By Brock Jobe, pp. 359. 360 and 361. Dr. Jobe discusses this group in detail;
footnotes offer additional information.

$3,250.00

410-209


Side Chairs, Pair of Hepplewhite Paint Decorated Fancy Chairs Probably Portsmouth, New Hampshire, chair 1 detail

Side Chairs, Pair of Hepplewhite Paint Decorated Fancy Chairs Probably Portsmouth, New Hampshire, chair 2 detail



Side Chair, Sheraton Fancy Chair, Featuring Portrait of George Washington
Date/Period: 1810-1835


Side Chair, Sheraton Fancy Chair, Featuring Portrait of George Washington, entire view

Measurement: Height: 33.5"; seat height: 18"; width: 18"; depth: 16"

Material: Mixed woods, polychrome, gilt, rush seat

Condition: Very good

Additional Information: Thumb-back paint decorated fancy chair featuring a portrait of
George Washington on pierced scrolled center splat; top tablet features a spread wing
Federal eagle. The balloon seat raised on turned legs joined by stretchers, the whole on
resting on button feet.

$1,685.00

1079-42


Side Chair, Sheraton Fancy Chair, Featuring Portrait of George Washington, entire view 2

Side Chair, Sheraton Fancy Chair, Featuring Portrait of George Washington, detail view

Side Chair, Sheraton Fancy Chair, Featuring Portrait of George Washington, detail view 2

Side Chair, Sheraton Fancy Chair, Featuring Portrait of George Washington, detail view 3

Side Chair, Sheraton Fancy Chair, Featuring Portrait of George Washington, detail view 4



Sheraton Side Chair Featuring Portrait of William Henry Harrison, Eagle Splat
President William Henry Harrison (1773 to 1841)
Date/Period: Circa 1840 - SOLD


Sheraton Side Chair Featuring Portrait of William Henry Harrison, Eagle Splat President William Henry Harrison (1773 to 1841), entire view

Measurement: Height: 33.5"; seat height: 18.5"; width: 17"; depth: 15.25"

Material: Mixed woods, polychrome, bronze & gold powder paints, printed transfer portrait

Condition: Very good, commensurate with age and use

Additional Information: The tablet back features an oval portrait of Harrison flanked by
stenciled and hand painted sprigging, oak leaves, and acorns; eagle splat above caned
seat raised on turned legs joined by box stretchers. An exceedingly rare chair.

SOLD

232-433


Sheraton Side Chair Featuring Portrait of William Henry Harrison, Eagle Splat President William Henry Harrison (1773 to 1841), entire view 2

Sheraton Side Chair Featuring Portrait of William Henry Harrison, Eagle Splat President William Henry Harrison (1773 to 1841), detail view 1

Sheraton Side Chair Featuring Portrait of William Henry Harrison, Eagle Splat President William Henry Harrison (1773 to 1841), detail view 2

Sheraton Side Chair Featuring Portrait of William Henry Harrison, Eagle Splat President William Henry Harrison (1773 to 1841), detail view 3

Sheraton Side Chair Featuring Portrait of William Henry Harrison, Eagle Splat President William Henry Harrison (1773 to 1841), detail view 4

Sheraton Side Chair Featuring Portrait of William Henry Harrison, Eagle Splat President William Henry Harrison (1773 to 1841), entire view 3

Sheraton Side Chair Featuring Portrait of William Henry Harrison, Eagle Splat President William Henry Harrison (1773 to 1841), entire view 4



Queen Anne Side Chair, Displays Great Style, Original Faux Grained Surface
Possibly New York or Southwestern, Connecticut
Date/Period: 18th Century - SOLD


Queen Anne Side Chair, Displays Great Style, Original Faux Grained Surface Possibly New York or Southwestern, Connecticut, entire view

Measurement: Height: 38.5"; seat height: 14.25"; width: 19"; depth: 15.25"

Material: Maple, paint

Condition: Excellent original condition

Additional Information: The Cupids bow (serpentine) crest rail above crisply turned
outwardly flaring rear posts flanking outstanding vasiform splat above the trapezoidal
seat. The legs are joined by double stretchers…the front stretcher featuring ball turnings
flanking a reel turning and tapering ends. The splat is sharply chamfered. A beautiful
chair of great visual interest retaining original faux grain painted surface.

SOLD

309-10


Queen Anne Side Chair, Displays Great Style, Original Faux Grained Surface Possibly New York or Southwestern, Connecticut, entire view 2

Queen Anne Side Chair, Displays Great Style, Original Faux Grained Surface Possibly New York or Southwestern, Connecticut, entire view 3

Queen Anne Side Chair, Displays Great Style, Original Faux Grained Surface Possibly New York or Southwestern, Connecticut, back view



Antique, Queen Anne Side Chairs, Assembled, Leather Seats, Vasiform Splats
New England, Possibly New Hampshire, circa 1725-1750


Antique, Queen Anne Side Chairs, Assembled, Leather Seats, Vasiform Splats
New England, Possibly New Hampshire, circa 1725-1750, chair 1 view 1

A pair, each with carved yoke crest, solid vasiform splat and over upholstered trapezoidal
leather sea, raised on molded cabriole legs ending in pointed pad feet. One chair in old black paint.


Antique, Queen Anne Side Chairs, Assembled, Leather Seats, Vasiform Splats
New England, Possibly New Hampshire, circa 1725-1750, chair 1 view 2

Antique, Queen Anne Side Chairs, Assembled, Leather Seats, Vasiform Splats
New England, Possibly New Hampshire, circa 1725-1750, chair 1 view 3

Antique, Queen Anne Side Chairs, Assembled, Leather Seats, Vasiform Splats
New England, Possibly New Hampshire, circa 1725-1750, chair 2 view 1

Antique, Queen Anne Side Chairs, Assembled, Leather Seats, Vasiform Splats
New England, Possibly New Hampshire, circa 1725-1750, chair 2 view 2

Antique, Queen Anne Side Chairs, Assembled, Leather Seats, Vasiform Splats
New England, Possibly New Hampshire, circa 1725-1750, chair 2 view 3

$2,300.00

843-311




Early Ladder-back Side Chair in Original Black Paint
New England, circa 1790-1830


Early Ladder-back Side Chair in Original Black Paint
New England, circa 1790-1830, angle view

A simple and functional chair for everyday use
(Height: 41"; seat height: 16"; width: 19.5"; depth: 14")

$225.00

1187-42





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