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Settle Bench, George III,
Fielded Panels, Great Color and Patina
Cheshire/South Lancashire, circa 1770
Oak, mortise and tenon joints are entirely pegged - SOLD


Settle Bench, George III,
Fielded Panels, Great Color and Patina
Cheshire/South Lancashire, circa 1770, angle view

Molded canted back support featuring five arched fielded panels; stiles continuing to tapering rear legs; down-swept arms with scrolled handholds raised on block and baluster turned front supports. The cabriole legs joining front and side rails are joined by mortise and tenon. Interior of original seat frame has been retrofitted; interior rail added to secure seat webbing.
(Height: 40.5"; seat height: 16.75"; length: 72"; depth: 27")

SOLD

1271-16




Wagon Bench, Settee, Mixed Woods, Rush Seat
America, Circa 1800ish'
Used as an extra seat in the wagon and/or a settee in the home - SOLD


Wagon Bench, Settee, Mixed Woods, Rush Seat
America, Circa 1800ish', entire view

(Good condition; H: 28", seat H: 15.25", W: 36.5", D: 15")

1085-1 - SOLD




American Settle Bench, Paneled, Shaped Wings and Armrest
Hudson River Valley, New York
Circa 1780
White and red pine - SOLD


American Settle Bench, Paneled, Shaped Wings and Armrest
Hudson River Valley, New York
Circa 1780, entire view

This bench with fielded panels and storage area under seat was grain painted in 19th century. Beautifully executed paneling; shaped sides and in very good condition. The seat which opens to the storage box is missing its hinges.
We have had the wood tested by Harry Alden who reports that the bench includes white pine and American red pine.
(H: 61.5", W: 59.25" D: 15.75")

492-84 - SOLD





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