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Chippendale Side-Chair,
Serpentine Crest, Pierced Splat, Cabriole Legs, Claw & Ball Feet
Philadelphia, Possibly by David Evans,
Circa 1775-1785
Mahogany, nice surface, perfect desk of accent chair - SOLD


Chippendale Side-Chair, 
Serpentine Crest, Pierced Splat, Cabriole Legs, Claw & Ball Feet, front view

Shaped crest over pierced gothic splat flanked by tapering stiles over trapezoidal seat, raised on cabriole legs terminating with beautifully caved claw and ball feet. (Excellent condition; height 38”, depth of seat: 17”, width: 22”

SOLD

1187-23




Queen Anne Compass Seat Side Chair, Classic Shell Carved Crest & Knees
Probably Boston, Circa 1750-1765
Black walnut, maple seat frame, white pine corner blocks
An identical chair, likely from same set is in the Layton Collection,
Milwaukee Art Museum - SOLD


Queen Anne Compass Seat Side Chair, Classic Shell Carved Crest & Knees Probably Boston, Circa 1750-1765
Black walnut, maple seat frame, white pine corner blocks
An identical chair, likely from same set is in the Layton Collection, Milwaukee Art Museum, entire view 1

Literature: See American Furniture with Related Decorative Arts 1660 – 1830, The
Milwaukee Art Museum and the Layton Art Collection,
pp. 116, 118, 119; catalog 43
(The seat recently upholstered with appropriate high-quality leather;
H: 39”, W: 20”, D: 17”, seat H: 18”)

SOLD

1265-1




Queen Anne Side Chair, Classic Shell Carved Crest & Knees, Compass Seat
Probably Boston, Circa 1750 to 1765
Black walnut, maple seat frame, white pine corner blocks
An identical chair, likely from same set is in the Layton Collection, Milwaukee Art Museum - SOLD


Antique Queen Anne Side Chair with Shell Carved Crest and Knees, Circa 1750, angle view

Literature: See
American Furniture with Related Decorative Arts 1660 – 1830, The Milwaukee Art Museum and the Layton Art Collection, pp. 116, 118, 119; catalog 43
(The seat recently upholstered with appropriate high quality leather; H: 39”, W: 20”, D: 17”, seat H: 18”)

274-191 - SOLD




Pair of 18th Century New England Banister Back Side Chairs, Robust, Full Height - SOLD


Antique Pair of Banister Back Side Chairs, New England, 18th Century, pair view

(Good color and condition; H: 42"; seat H: 17")

572-76 - SOLD




Chair, Bannister Back Side Chair, Robust Turnings, Old Black Paint
New England, 18th Century - SOLD


Antique Bannister Back Side Chair with Robust Turnings, 18th Century, angle view

(H: 46”, seat H: 17”)

572-85 - SOLD




Chippendale Side Chair, Vasiform Splat, Trifid Feet, Original Surface
Mid Atlantic Philadelphia Area, Circa 1750 to 1780
Leather seat on original seat frame; carved crest rail - SOLD


Antique Chippendale Side Chair with Vasiform Splat and Trifid Feet in Original Surface, Circa 1750 to 1780, angle view

(Minor imperfections, wear to feet; H: 40”, seat H: 17.5”, W: 22”, D: 16.25”)

413-35 - SOLD




Chair, Shaker Enfield Community Tilter Side Chair, Old Finish, Rich Color
Enfield, Canterbury, New Hampshire, Circa 1830 to 1850
Tall finials, beveled and graduated slats
Maple - SOLD


Chair, Shaker Enfield Community Tilter Side Chair, Old Finish, Rich Color
Enfield, Canterbury, New Hampshire, Circa 1830 to 1850, entire view

Elliptical pommel finials above slightly graduated arched slats having chamfered top front edges; old tape seat; turned posts joined by stretchers; rear legs with tilters.
(Very good condition, possibly original finish, seat is old, however, not original; H: 41", seat H: 17", W: 19", D: 14.5")

475-91 - SOLD




Chair, Side Chair, Tracy Bow Back Windsor in Old Surface
Branded E. Tracy (Ebenezer 1744 to 1803)
Lisbon, Connecticut
Circa 1790 to 1800 - SOLD


Chair, Side Chair, Tracy Bow Back Windsor in Old Surface
Branded E. Tracy (Ebenezer 1744 to 1803)
Lisbon, Connecticut
Circa 1790 to 1800 , entire view

The double-incised bowed crest rail is above eight swelled-spindles, joined to a saddle seat, raised on splayed baluster and ring turned legs joined by an H-form stretcher. The chairs 19th century dark paint is over original Windsor green paint. A pair of angled brackets was discretely added to each lower post (Attached to seat as depicted, early in working life) compensating for any looseness caused by shrinkage-insuring structural integrity; the chair is sound and invites everyday use. Ebenezer Tracy (1744-1803) and his son, Ebenezer Jr. (1780-1822)
(H: 38"; seat H: 16.25"; W: 16"; D: 17")

754-11 - SOLD




Pair of Country Queen Anne Fiddle Back Side Chairs, Likely Original Surfaces
Connecticut, 18th Century
Maple
Mello finishes, chair on right displaying thinning surface saw more use - SOLD


Pair of Fiddle Back Antique Queen Anne Side Chairs, 19th Century, pair view

(Wear to rush seat at front rail (darker chair), else fine and original; H: 38", seat H: 16", W: 18.75", D: 14")

191-423 - SOLD




Chippendale Side Chairs, Pair, Carved Mahogany, Old Dry Surface
New York, Circa 1760 - SOLD


Chippendale Side Chairs, Pair, Carved Mahogany, Old Dry Surface
New York, Circa 1760, entire view

Each with serpentine shell carved-crest above strap-work splat and trapezoidal seat within molded frame on shell-carved cabriole legs ending in claw-and-ball feet. Both chairs retain an old dry surface; one chair with single replaced knee return, the other chair with small pieced section in crest at junction with stile; also, a wedge-shape patch in left rear foot that may be original to the leg. One chair marked with Roman numeral IV in seat frame, the other marked III, with original slip seats marked I and VIII respectively. (Seat H: 16.5": crest H: 38.5".)

274-182 - SOLD




Side Chair, Queen Anne, Carved Yoke Crest, Block and Turned Legs, Spanish Feet
New England
Circa 1740 to 1760 - SOLD


Side Chair, Queen Anne, Carved Yoke Crest, Block and Turned Legs, Spanish Feet
New England
Circa 1740 to 1760, entire view

Yoke carved crest rail on raking molded-stiles centering vasiform splat above rush seat raised on bloc, vase, and ring-turned legs joined by stretchers; resting in Spanish feet.
(Generally very good, minor imperfections consistent with age; crack to one corner-block, some fill to blocks, and the addition of a dowel through the back post to side seat-rail.
An attractive and functional chair; H: 40.75", seat H: 18", W: 18.75", D: 15.25")

903-88 - SOLD




Chippendale Side Chairs, Pair, Carved, Scalloped Crest, Gothic Pierced Splat
New York, Circa 1765
Mahogany, over upholstered - SOLD


Chippendale Side Chairs, Pair, Carved Mahogany, Old Dry Surface
New York, Circa 1760, entire view

See Thomas Chippendales The Gentleman and Cabinet Maker's Director, plate 12;
(Excellent condition; H: 38"; seat H: 17"; seat width at front: 23")

295-77 - SOLD




Bannister Back Chair, New England, Circa 1730-1740, Unusual Scalloped Crest
The chair features faux graining dating to the 19th C - SOLD


Bannister Back Chair, New England, Circa 1730-1740, Unusual Scalloped Crest, entire view

(Very good condition; overall height: 45.5, seat height: 17”)

SOLD

843-268




Queen Anne Fiddle-Back Side Chair
With Spanish Feet - SOLD


Queen Anne Fiddle-Back Side Chair
With Spanish Feet, entire view

Measures 41.75" in overall height (17.25" in seat height), 19" in width and 14" in depth.

197-14 - SOLD




Queen Anne Side Chair
New England
18th Century - SOLD


Queen Anne Side Chair
New England
18th Century, entire view

The vasiform splat with scrolled profile beneath curvaceous top-rail with backswept ears centering tall stiles above the trapezoidal seat with corner-blocks...raised on turned front legs ending in turned pad feet; rear legs are backswept. The legs are joined by turned stretchers. The chair in an old varnish surface. (Height: 41"; seat height: 17.25"; width: 18"; depth: 14.5".)

191-242 - SOLD




Chair, Side Chair, Queen Anne, Serpentine Crest Rail, Vasiform Splat
New York
Circa 1770 to 1780 - SOLD


Chair, Side Chair, Queen Anne, Serpentine Crest Rail, Vasiform Splat
New York
Circa 1770 to 1780, entire view

Turned rear stiles flanking vasiform splat above a splint seat (imperfections) set on turned legs with pad feet joined by stretchers. The chair remains in excellent functional condition; old crusty resin surface, nice color.
(Dimensions: 42" H, 18" seat H, 19" W, 15" D.)

572-31 - SOLD




William and Mary Banister Back Side Chair, EX Roger Bacon
Eastern Massachusetts
Circa 1725 - SOLD


William and Mary Banister Back Side Chair, EX Roger Bacon
Eastern Massachusetts
Circa 1725, entire view

Shaped crest over four banisters and carved lower rails joined by blocked, turned and raked posts with finials; rush seat raised on block and turned front legs resting on double ball feet legs and joined by turned stretcher. Old paint, imperfections. Please ask for David.
(H: 46.25"; seat H: 19.5"; W: 18.75"; D: 14.5")

413-24 - SOLD




Chippendale Side Chair, Claw and Ball Foot, Carved, Walnut
18th Century
America - SOLD


Chippendale Side Chair, Claw and Ball Foot, Carved, Walnut
18th Century, entire view

An attractive chair with restoration and missing knee bracket
(H: 38.5"; seat H: 19"; W: 23.75"; D: 18.5")

168-12 - SOLD




Pair Queen Anne Side Chairs, Mahoganized Birch, Great Old Surface
Over Upholstered
Probably Newburyport, Essex County
Massachusetts
18th Century
This pair with carved ears remains in a high state of originality - SOLD


Pair Queen Anne Side Chairs, Mahoganized Birch, Great Old Surface
Over Upholstered
Probably Newburyport, Essex County
Massachusetts
18th Century, entire view

(H: 37"; seat H: 18"; W: 23"; D: 18")

168-13 - SOLD




Rocker, Shaker, Late Community Chair, Great Surface, Original Seat
New Lebanon, New York
Circa 1855
Possibly by George O'Donnell - SOLD


Rocker, Shaker, Late Community Chair, Great Surface, Original Seat
New Lebanon, New York
Circa 1855, entire view

(H: 34.75"; seat H: 14.5"; W: 21.5": D: 26")

1020-16 - SOLD




Pair of Queen Anne Side Chairs
Boston
Circa 1750 to 1760
Mahogany - SOLD


Pair of Queen Anne Side Chairs
Boston
Circa 1750 to 1760, entire view

The yoke top rail above vasiform splat received by a molded shoe centered by slightly spooned stiles, the backs of which are carved, above trapezoidal slip seats set within shaped seat rails raised on cabriole legs ending in pad feet; joined by block, baluster, and ring turned stretchers. The backs of the posts are molded above the blocked section receiving side rails; beneath which are raking rear legs having chamfered edges. Both chairs are in overall very good condition with only minor imperfections. Dimensions: 40" H, 19.5" seat H, 21" W, 17" D.

903-60 - SOLD




Queen Anne Maple Side Chair with Embroidered Seat
Rhode Island, circa 1730 – 1760 - SOLD


Queen Anne Maple Side Chair with Embroidered Seat Rhode Island, circa 1730 – 1760, angle view

Yoke back side chair with vasiform splat, convex demi-lune front apron. [Trapezoidal slip seat covered with later embroidered textile.] Front cabriole legs terminate in pad feet, rear legs are square and canted with lambs tongue chamfering, braced by block and turned stretcher. Minor split in proper left side knee block. Legs supported by block and vasiform turned ‘H’ stretcher construction.
(Height: 41.5"; seat height: 18.5"; width: 20")

SOLD

240-39




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


Antique Chippdendale Side Chair with Pierced Splat and Cabriole Legs, Pennsylvania, Circa 1760, angle view

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 - SOLD




Carved Side Chair, Portsmouth School, Pierced Splat, Slip Seat
Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Late 18th Century
Birch, probably original surface - SOLD


Carved Side Chair, Portsmouth School, Pierced Splat, Slip Seat
Portsmouth, New Hampshire
Late 18th Century, entire view

A wonderful side-chair displaying characteristics assigned to the shop traditions of Robert Harrold or Langdon; certainly Portsmouth; medial stretcher joined to side stretchers by blind mortise and tenon, corner braces set into rails. Fine condition (H: 37.5"; seat H: 17"; W: 21"; D: 16")

410-114 - SOLD




Jacobean Side Chair, Carved, Cane Back and Seat
England
Late 17th Century
Beachwood, oak, mixed woods - SOLD


Jacobean Side Chair, Carved, Cane Back and Seat
England
Late 17th Century, entire view

The openwork scrolled crest above tapering stiles centering the caned back, caned (imperfection) trapezoidal seat above turned, carved and scrolled front legs ending in ball feet; rear legs are blocked and turned. The legs are joined by block and ring turned stretcher; front legs joined by carved openwork stretcher.
Great surface, probably original; typical minor age defects
Dimensions: 48" H, 18.75" seat H, 17.75" W, 14.5" D.

240-162 - SOLD




Queen Anne Side Chair
Essex County, Massachusetts
Circa 1760
Maple - SOLD


Queen Anne Side Chair
Essex County, Massachusetts
Circa 1760, entire view

The carved yoke top rail joined by plain tapered spooned-stiles centering the graceful spooned splat and incised lower rail; trapezoidal seat with corner blocks above vigorously turned legs ending in shapely turned pad feet. The legs are joined by turned box stretcher; exuberant ball and ring front stretcher that is complimented by pronounced side and rear stretchers; side stretchers with central groves, ridges and tapered ends. The rear stretcher swells at center and is incised. The chair is in a nice old, possibly original surface. (Height: 40.75"; seat height: 17.5"; width: 18.75"; depth: 15".)

197-15 - SOLD




William and Mary Banister Back Side Chair
Chelmsford, Massachusetts
18th Century - SOLD


William and Mary Banister Back Side Chair
Chelmsford, Massachusetts
18th Century, entire view

The arched and spurred crest centered by knopped urn finals atop the turned posts flanking four turned and split spindle banisters over trapezoidal seat with front corner blocks raised on block and turned legs joined by stretchers.
Dimensions: 46" H, 16.75" seat H, 19.5" W, 14" D.

107-122 - SOLD




Queen Anne Side Chairs, Assembled Pair, Carved Yoke, Spanish Feet
New England
18th Century - SOLD


Queen Anne Side Chairs, Assembled Pair, Carved Yoke, Spanish Feet
New England
18th Century, pair view

A lot of two closely related chairs in old surface featuring carved yoke crests above spooned vasiform splat above molded stay-rail; rear posts are molded and taper at top-rail. The trapezoidal seats with corner-blocks above baluster turned and blocked front legs raised on brush feet; back posts and legs tapered and back-swept; the legs joined by turned stretchers. The rush seats are restored and functional. (Dimensions: 41.75" H; 18" seat H; 18.5" W; 14.5" D.)

424-97 - SOLD





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