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Pair of Portraits, Chairs, Side Chairs, Cupboard, 19th Century


Hanging:
Portraits, Pair, Folk, Untouched Original Condition Including Frame and Stretcher
John and Caroline Whitman Newcomb
Massachusetts, circa: 1830's
Oil on Canvas


John Whitman Newcomb
Born July 24, 1807
Married September 1, 1833
Died April 12, 1867

Caroline Gobbs Newcomb
Born October 10, 1814
Died August 2, 1877
(The original gilt frames measure 33 by 27.75", sight-sizes: 27 by 21.75")
$5,250
925-11


Floor, left to right:
Side Chair, Chippendale, Carved, Heart Pierced Splat
Likely Connecticut, Circa 1780
Cherry


The chair displays an extremely well-developed splat and flamboyant crest rail with exaggerated ears and quarter fan; the owl splat variant with heart cutout at center is related to examples from both Connecticut and Rhode Island; however the maple slip seat frame is constructed of extremely thin stock; typically a Connecticut characteristic. The trapezoidal seat rails are molded; the corner molded legs joined by side, center and rear stretchers; small details such as chamfering to the backs of legs, the stile shaping (rear) and other nuances are finely executed. A lovely chair!
(Fine condition: H: 38.75": seat H: 18"; W: 19.5"; D: 16.25")
$1,575
274-168


English Glazed Bookcase Cupboard, Display Cabinet, Mid-sized
Figured mahogany and mahogany veneer


Modest yet lovely pediment over astragal glazed doors; pair of fielded panel doors
(Top case: height: 51"; width: 47.5"; 9.5")
$1,800
1208-9


Chippendale Side Chair, Pierced Splat, Cabriole Legs, Ball & Claw Feet, Shell Carved
Pennsylvania, Likely Philadelphia, Circa 1760 to 1780
Possibly original surface - SOLD

Serpentine crest rail centering carved shell on raking stiles and pierced splat; trapezoidal slip-seat within through-tenoned seat rails on frontal cabriole legs continuing to claw and ball feet and chamfered rear legs (H: 40.5”, W: 22.5”, D: 17”)

270-144


For further information, contact David Hillier drh@aaawt.com or 978 597-8084.






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