Queen Anne Corner Chair, Round About Chair, Connecticut

Probably Norwich, Connecticut Area (New London County), 1750-1770

Queen Anne Corner Chair, Round About Chair, Connecticut, Image 1

The shaped crest above a concave arm-rail continuing to out-scrolling grips above column and ring-turned stiles centering solid splats over a square seat frame fitted with a conforming slip-seat, raised on a cabriole front leg with pad foot and turned tapered side and rear legs joined by turned cross stretchers.

Date: 1750-1770

Measurement: Height: 30.5"; seat height: 16"; width: 27.75"

Material: Cherry, white pine, and poplar

Condition: Excellent, original finish

Reference: Knee brackets [position and joinery] are typical of New London County; see Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin, volume 50, number 4; Fall 1985, Robert Trent, page 59.

Provenance: Henry Francis Du Pont, Winterthur, Delaware. To private Ohio collection


SKU: 621-160

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

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