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Corner Chair, Roundabout, Robust and Tight Aesthetic, Pad and Claw & Ball Feet
18th Century, Old Eastern Connecticut History
Cherry, great color and patina - SOLD


Antique Turned Slat Back Armchair in Great Old Red Paint, 18th Century, angle view

A bold roundabout chair having a stepped pillow crest continuing to curved slightly-arched scrolling arms featuring well-formed out-turned handholds supported by baluster turned posts centering medial splat rail above rush seat raised on block-and-turned legs joined by turned box stretcher…the chair features a claw and ball front foot with others being turned-pad feet. (Excellent condition, minor seat imperfection, else fine; H: 32.75", seat H: 17", W: 17.5", D: 17.5")

745-129 - SOLD




Corner Chair, Round About Chair with Comb, Original Surface History, Extremely Rare
New England, Circa 1720 - SOLD


Corner Chair, Round About Chair with Comb, Original Surface History, Extremely Rare
New England, Circa 1720, entire view

The crest rail (comb) rests high on turned spindles, armrest features out-scrolled handholds above baluster-turned posts joined by lower rail centering rare turned and split banisters; original rush seat with front corner-block; back and front posts joined by turned stretchers; full height; wonderful dry surface. (The original seat is very worn, especially at front rails; a retro over-seat upholstered in leather provides comfort and stability without compromising the original seat (Simply rests on frame). See Furniture Treasury by Wallace Nutting, plate 1841. (Overall H: 43.25"; seat H: 16.5"; W: 27"; D: 23.5")

707-40 - SOLD




Roundabout Chair
New England, maple
Circa 1775 to 1800 - SOLD


Roundabout Chair
New England, maple
Circa 1775 to 1800, angle view

The carved pillow-crest on chamfered flat arms with out-swept handholds raised on baluster and ring turned posts joined by arched splats above the old rush seat with chamfered corner-block above the front leg with conforming turnings; the rear and side posts with tapered foot joined by double box stretcher.
Dimensions: 31" high, 17.75" seat height.

594-15 - SOLD




Corner Chair, Roundabout, Spanish Foot
New Hampshire, 18th Century
Maple - SOLD


Corner Chair, Roundabout, Spanish Foot
New Hampshire, 18th Century, entire view

Stepped pillow crest continuing to flat curved arms ending in circular out-turned handholds supported by turned posts above rush seat raised on block and baluster turned legs joined by double box stretchers. The front leg is raised on a Spanish foot with others raised on turned feet. Nice old brown color.
(H: 31.5"; seat H: 18"; W: 27.75"; D: 23")

1100-5 - SOLD





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