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Matched Pair, Fan-Back Windsor Side Chairs, Massachusetts
Likely Original Green Paint
Date/Period: Circa 1800


Matched Pair, Fan-Back Windsor Side Chairs, Massachusetts Likely Original Green Paint, pair view

Measurement: Height: 35”; seat height: 17.5”; width: 15.75”; depth: 16”

Material: Maple, ash, and white pine

Condition: Very good, full height, paint loss commensurate with age and use.
One post mended at comb, tight shrinkage fissure on back of one
Rail…functional chairs suitable for everyday use.

Additional Information: The crest rail with projecting ears on bamboo turned stiles
centering seven tapered spindles; shield-shaped seats raised on similarly turned legs
joined by “H” stretchers. The paint is very early, very possibly original.

$2,395.00

314-98


Matched Pair, Fan-Back Windsor Side Chairs, Massachusetts Likely Original Green Paint, entire view 1

Matched Pair, Fan-Back Windsor Side Chairs, Massachusetts Likely Original Green Paint, entire view 2

Matched Pair, Fan-Back Windsor Side Chairs, Massachusetts Likely Original Green Paint, detail view 1

Matched Pair, Fan-Back Windsor Side Chairs, Massachusetts Likely Original Green Paint, detail view 2



Windsor Armchair, Birdcage, Paint Decorated, Bamboo Turnings
Date/Period: Circa 1820-1830


Windsor Armchair, Birdcage, Paint Decorated, Bamboo Turnings, entire view

Measurement: Height: 34"; seat height: 17"; width: 19"; depth: 17.5"

Material: Mixed woods, polychrome

Condition: Excellent original condition

Additional Information: Backswept square back joining upswept arms above faux
grained “D” shaped seat having an incised gutter. The chair features subtle allover
bamboo turning including the legs which are joined by an “H” stretcher.

$1,175.00

532-159


Windsor Armchair, Birdcage, Paint Decorated, Bamboo Turnings, entire view 2

Windsor Armchair, Birdcage, Paint Decorated, Bamboo Turnings, seat view



Antique, Windsor Sack Back Armchair,
Rhode Island
Date/Period: 1775-1790


Antique, Windsor Sack Back Armchair, Rhode Island, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 37.5"; seat height: 16.25"; width: 23.5"; depth: 15"

Material: Maple, ash, and pine

Condition: Excellent, no repairs, old refinish…nice color

Additional Information: The tapering bow of successful form above arm rail with
shaped handholds pierced by seven splayed spindles; the arm is supported by turned
posts; the shaped saddle seat features chamfering and pontil and is grooved at inside
and outside edges of spindle platform. The chair is raised on ring and vase turned legs
with abruptly tapered foot (toes) joined by robust swelled stretchers. A very successful
chair of good proportion.

$2,950.00

424-356


Antique, Windsor Sack Back Armchair, Rhode Island, entire view 2

Antique, Windsor Sack Back Armchair, Rhode Island, entire view 3

Antique, Windsor Sack Back Armchair, Rhode Island, entire view 4

Antique, Windsor Sack Back Armchair, Rhode Island, detail view

Antique, Windsor Sack Back Armchair, Rhode Island, seat view

Antique, Windsor Sack Back Armchair, Rhode Island, underside view



Antique Continuous-Arm Brace-Back
Windsor Chair Bulbous Turnings
New York, Circa 1790


Continuous-Arm Brace-Back Windsor Chair
New York
Circa 1790, angle view

Having a double incised bow with thirteen tapered spindles; two additional tapered spindles form the brace...boldly turned stiles support the shaped handholds. The shaped saddle seat is typical of New York State-crisp shape, sharply undercut and an incised gutter. The robust baluster, spool and ring turned legs are perfectly splayed and are joined by bold stretchers. This chair is in nice old black paint. (Height: 37.5"; Seat Height: 17.25"; Width: 16.75"; Depth: 17.5".)

$2,500

271-21


Continuous-Arm Brace-Back Windsor Chair
New York
Circa 1790, front view



Windsor Armchair, Arrow Back, Connecticut, Original Condition
Date/Period: Circa 1820


Windsor Armchair, Arrow Back, Connecticut, Original Condition, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 34"; seat height: 18"; width: 12"; depth: 18"

Material: Poplar seat, else maple, original paint

Condition: Excellent with appropriate surface wear, dark Patina

Additional Information: A robust paint decorated armchair, New England, likely
Connecticut, early 19th century, original surface…all surfaces decorated and highly
oxidized. Arrow-back with four slats; backswept ring turned posts with thumb type
terminus. The turned and flatted arms are supported by a single arrow splat and a most
unusual front posts featuring ambitious ball-turning. The shaped plank seat raised on
turned legs…the front baluster and ring turned continuing to tapered foot; the rear legs
are bamboo turned, legs joining similarly turned box stretcher.

$950.00

410-178


Windsor Armchair, Arrow Back, Connecticut, Original Condition, entire view 2



Windsor Bow-back Side Chair, High-back Having Straight Sides
Possibly Worcester County, Massachusetts
Date/Period: 1790-1800


Windsor Bow-back Side Chair, High-back Having Straight Sides Possibly Worcester County, Massachusetts, entire view

Measurement: Height: 38"; seat height: 16.5"; width: 14.5"; depth: 15.5"

Material: Maple, white pin, and ash

Condition: Very good, the left proper rear leg displays a fine splice just under the seat
at wafer turning however the entire leg appears to be by the same turner and displays
the same turnings and tool marks as other legs. It is very possible that the maker
installed a dowel to strengthen tight fissures in that section of leg. The chair retains what
appears to be original green paint now darkly oxidized; paint on seat likely refreshed
early in its life with gold trim added at that time.

Additional Information: The narrow high-back with flattened top continues to the seat
without curving inward. The shield shaped seat is chamfered and sockets the legs. Ring
and vase turned legs are joined by tapering stretchers. This curious form may be related
to a set of six attributed to Solomon Sibley of Auburn, Massachusetts (Collection of Old
Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge, Mass.) The Sibley chairs featuring narrow backs with
almost no curve. At this time, we can make no solid attribution.

$950.00

424-379


Windsor Bow-back Side Chair, High-back Having Straight Sides Possibly Worcester County, Massachusetts, detail view 1

Windsor Bow-back Side Chair, High-back Having Straight Sides Possibly Worcester County, Massachusetts, detail view 2



Fancy Windsor Rocking Chair, High Slat Back, Original Paint
New England or New York State, Circa 1815 to 1825
A sculptural example in great surface, faux curly maple


Antique Fancy Windsor Rocking Chair in Original Paint, American, angle view

The maker borrowed the structural design from the 18th century ladder-back form; faux maple ground and decoration inspired by fancy furniture of the period. (Right proper arm is repaired near the rear post; H: 44”, seat H: 17”)

$675

572-83


Antique Fancy Windsor Rocking Chair in Original Paint, American, entire view

Antique Fancy Windsor Rocking Chair in Original Paint, American, back detail

Antique Fancy Windsor Rocking Chair in Original Paint, American, seat detail



Eighteenth Century Bow Back Windsor Side Chair, Original Green Paint
New York
Date/Period: Circa 1785 - SOLD


Eighteenth Century Bow Back Windsor Side Chair, Original Green Paint New York, entire view

Measurement: Height: 36.5"; seat height: 16.5"; width: 16.5"; depth: 17"

Material: Paper mache, wood, polychrome

Condition: Very good

Additional Information: Incised bow crest rail above seven tapered- spindles joining
the saddle seat with pommel raised on robust vase and ring turned splayed legs joined
by H-form stretcher. Wonderful old green paint that appears to be original.

SOLD

431-142


Eighteenth Century Bow Back Windsor Side Chair, Original Green Paint New York, entire view 2



Pair of Windsor Chairs Featuring Rare Yoke Form Stretcher and Old Red Paint
Boston, Massachusetts, circa 1800 (Likely by Seaver and Frost) - SOLD


Antique Pair of Windsor Chairs with Yoke Form Stretcher, Circa 1800, pair view

Pair of bowback Windsor side chairs displaying original surface history; nearly full coverage brick red over what appears to be original green paint oxidized to near-black.
Nine bamboo turned spindles featuring robust nodules that pierce the reeded bow and under-cut saddle seat with incised gutter; the bamboo turned legs pierce the seat and are joined by exceedingly rare yoke-form stretcher.
(H: 35"; seat H: 17.5"; W: 16")

SOLD

1124-12


Antique Pair of Windsor Chairs with Yoke Form Stretcher, Circa 1800, single angle view

Antique Pair of Windsor Chairs with Yoke Form Stretcher, Circa 1800, stretcer detail




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