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18th Century Chippendale Side Chairs
Matched Set of Five, One Assembled
Likely Salem-Marblehead, Massachusetts - SOLD


Six Chippendale Cross-Eyed Owl Splat Side Chairs, Salem-Marblehead, Massachusetts 18th Century, entire view

Each with a serpentine crest rail featuring carved ears and a “cross-eyed owl” pierced splat over a trapezoidal shaped slip seat and frame; molded seat rails and splat shoe; frontal pierced brackets on square legs with beaded edge joined by a recessed stretcher. Comprising five matching mahogany examples and a similar cherry example. Excellent condition, very nice color, and surface.
(Height: 36.5”, seat height: 17”, seat width measured at front: 21.5”)

SOLD

1152-71




Windsor Rod Back Chairs with Birdcage Crests, Shaped Seats, Bamboo Turning
Pennsylvania
Circa 1820 to 1830
A functional matched set of six in old surface, vigorously turned, mustard trim - SOLD


Windsor Rod Back Chairs with Birdcage Crests, Shaped Seats, Bamboo Turning
Pennsylvania
Circa 1820 to 1830, entire view

(Overall very good, 19th century brown over salmon paint; crack to one seat expertly repaired with pair of Dutchman joints from underside. H: 33.5", W: 14.5", D: 14.25", seat H: 17.5")

1001-30 - SOLD




Side Chairs, Set of Four, Curly Maple, Carved
Circa 1825 - SOLD


Side Chairs, Set of Four, Curly Maple, Carved
Circa 1825, entire view

The rear posts, backswept and scrolled, centering the curved and slightly arched top rail above pierced and carved lower splat; the caned seats raised on saber legs. Very minor imperfections. (Height: 32"; seat height: 17.25"; width: 17"; depth: 16.5")

754-8 - SOLD




Double-Bow Square-Back Windsor Side Chairs
Matched Set Of Six
New England, possibly Maine
Circa 1810-1820 - SOLD


Double-Bow Square-Back Windsor Side Chairs
Matched Set Of Six
New England, possibly Maine
Circa 1810-1820, entire view

The bamboo-work posts taper sharply from top to bottom and center six tapered rods; shaped and incised plank seats raised on robust turned legs joined by "H" stretcher. Nice old color and in good functional condition. (Height: 35"; seat height: 16.5"; width: 14"; depth: 14.75".)

424-26 - SOLD




Federal Eagle Carved Chairs, Classical, Cornucopia and Wheat Carving
New York, Circa 1825
Mahogany, ash and poplar
A matching set of six attributed to a contemporary of Duncan Phyfe - SOLD


Federal Eagle Carved Chairs, Classical, Cornucopia and Wheat Carving
New York, Circa 1825, entire view

Each with bow and wheat carved paneled top rail above eagle and cornucopia carved backrest; the back rest enclosed by reeded stiles continuing to conforming saber legs.
(Each chair’s corner blocks have been refreshed; dimensions: 32.5” H, 18” seat H, 17.75” W, 15.5” D.)

925-1 - SOLD




Chairs, Banister Back, Set of Four Chelsmford, Mass.
C. 1730. - SOLD


Chairs, Banister Back, Set of Four Chelsmford, Mass.
C. 1730., set view

Descended in one family, and picked from the estate by the current owners. Arm chair 47.25" Tall with 16.25" seat; Side Chairs 46" tall with 17.5" seats. Still sturdy.

977-25 - SOLD




Square-Back Windsor Side-Chairs
With Decorated Medallions...in old surface
New England
Circa 1820 - SOLD


Square-Back Windsor Side-Chairs
With Decorated Medallions...in old surface
New England
Circa 1820, entire view

As depicted, the top rail above crest-medallion ornamented with painted shield and leafy sprays; as is often encountered with duck-bill backs, the employment of false mitered corners where crest rail meets back post. Seven turned and tapered spindles above shield-shaped seat raised on incised legs joined by box stretcher. Wonderful dry painted surface. (Height: 33.5"; seat height: 18"; width: 16.75"; depth: 16.25".)

637-67 - SOLD




Sheraton Fancy Chairs, Curly Maple, Set of Seven
American Country Formal
Circa 1840 to 1850 - SOLD


Sheraton Fancy Chairs, Curly Maple, Set of Seven
American Country Formal
Circa 1840 to 1850, set view

A set of seven fancy chairs constructed of curly and birds eye maple that were made during the first half of the 19th century; possibly Connecticut. Each side chair in the Hitchcock (or local competing shop) style; the bolster top rails joined to back-swept stiles with rolled ears. Centering the stiles are scrolled splats above plain splats. The trapezoidal woven rush seats with corner blocks feature turned and split front rail molding and conforming flat side and back moldings. The seats are raised on cylindrical turned and splayed legs joined by stretches...the front stretches being ambitiously turned. This set of chairs is functional and ready for family use. (Height: 34.25"; seat height: 18.5"; width: 17.75"; depth: 15.75".)

793-1 - SOLD




Set Of Six Windsor Side Chairs
With maker's stencil...
Walter Corey
Portland, Maine
Circa 1844-1855 - SOLD


Set Of Six Windsor Side Chairs
With maker's stencil...
Walter Corey
Portland, Maine
Circa 1844-1855, set view

The stenciled name and address on each seat bottom-Walter Corey Manufacture-Nos. 52 and 54 Exchange Street-Portland, ME. assigns the period of manufacture to the 1844-1855 period. During the 1840's the loaf shaped tablet was a popular Corey shop tradition. Standard decoration includes bunches of grapes, detailed leaves and tendrils; by graining, stenciling and trimming in paint...this matched set of five with one closely related chair having the same stencil is decorated as described above. The decorated tablet above turned posts centering four tapering spindles above the shaped plank seat with a half-round piece of wood attached to the front underside of seat producing a full roll. The seat is raised on turned legs that are stylistically within the Corey shop tradition ending in ball feet that are joined by the turned box stretchers. The chairs are functional; some imperfections. (Height: 32.5"; seat height: 17.5"; width: 15.75"; depth: 14.5".)

547-1 - SOLD





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