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18th Century Dunlap School Banister Back Side Chair
New Hampshire
Old black over original red paint
From the Barnard family of Hopkinton, New Hampshire;
sale by Bill Smith in 2005 - SOLD


18th Century Dunlap School Banister Back Side Chair
New Hampshire
Old black over original red paint
From the Barnard family of Hopkinton, New Hampshire; sale by Bill Smith in 2005, entire view 1

A very stylish transitional chair featuring a molded exaggerated crest rail above molded
stiles flanking three similarly molded banisters; trapezoidal seat joining molded square
legs, the legs back raking. (Height: 41"; seat height: 17.5"; width; 19"; depth: 14")

SOLD

1221-98




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 on block and turned legs joined by stretchers. (H: 45.25"; seat H: 17"; W: 19"; D: 13.75")

1022-2 - SOLD




Assembled Pair
Braced Bow-Back Side Chairs
Pipe-Stem Spindles
Newport, Rhode Island
Circa 1785-1800 - SOLD


Assembled Pair
Braced Bow-Back Side Chairs
Pipe-Stem Spindles
Newport, Rhode Island
Circa 1785-1800, entire view

The pipe-stem spindles are received double incised bow as are two spindles forming the brace back. The shaped seats with incised gutter are raised on well defined turned legs with characteristically pronounced taper below the stretchers. The legs are joined by robust stretchers that are bold in their swelling and tapering. The old flat-black paint is dry with evidence of good age. (Height: 38.75"; seat height: 17".)

594-11 - SOLD




Heart & Crown Crest Banister Back Side Chairs, Assembled Set of Four
Date/Period: 1750-1765 - SOLD


Heart & Crown Crest Banister Back Side Chairs, Assembled Set of Four, entire view 1

Measurement: Height: 44"; seat height: 17": width: 19"; depth: 14"

Material: Maple and ash, very old and original black paint

Condition: Imperfections restored, one chair with pieced feet, one crest may be
replaced, one crest missing scrolled return; restoration typical considering age and
use…chairs are functional for everyday use and display well.

Additional Information: William and Mary, Connecticut, circa 1735-1765
An assembled group of four banister-back side chairs; likely the Durand Shop of Milford,
Connecticut, mid-18th century, the shaped and pierced heart-and-crown cresting on
vase and ring-turned stiles, rush seats, ring-turned front legs ending in turned feet
joined by double turned stretchers…the front being sausage turned.

SOLD

1310-91




Queen Anne Side Chairs, Set of Eight, Painted, Possibly Same Shop Lower Hudson River Valley, Long Island Sound N. Y, C 1800 - SOLD


Queen Anne Side Chairs, Set of Eight, Painted, Possibly Same Shop Lower Hudson River Valley, Long Island Sound New York, Circa 1800, group view

An assembled and fine group of closely related side-chairs featuring the same vocabulary of turning; possibly made in the same shop; all following a nearly identical shop tradition. There are matched pairs and singles within the group; surfaces appear to be original; red and brown. These present very well as a set and are in excellent functional and original condition. Great surfaces.
(Dimensions: 40.75" H, 17" seat H, 18.5" W, 16" D)

1004-5 - SOLD




William and Mary Banister Back Side Chair, Eastern Massachusetts, 1730-1790
Maple, very old black paint
Stylistically, this chair may be assigned to Boston and Plymouth shop traditions - SOLD


William and Mary Banister Back Side Chair, Eastern Massachusetts, 1730-1790
Maple, very old black paint
Stylistically, this chair may be assigned to Boston and Plymouth shop traditions, entire view 2

Highly stylized triple-lobe top-rail displaying a reverse taper; the chamfered rail widens
at the base. The turning vocabulary of posts is congruent with banister turning…perfect
harmony; turning composition is ornate and lively. One of a very few banister-back
chairs without finials. A closely related example is published on page 30, figure 38
of The Furniture of Historic Deerfield by Dean A. Fales Jr.
(Height: 43.75"; seat height: 17.5"; width: 20.5"; depth: 14.5")

SOLD

745-181




Chair, Bannister Back, Grain Painted Surface, Great Top Rail
New England, Mid 18th Century
Fabulous crest, robust block and turned legs; and stretcher, full height - SOLD


Chair, Bannister Back, Grain Painted Surface, Great Top Rail
New England, Mid 18th Century, entire view

(Very good condition; early 19th century faux grain paint over original red; H: 44", seat H: 17", W: 20", D: 14.25")

1096-12 - SOLD




Banister Back Side Chair, Original Seat, Old Black Paint
New England, Probably New Hampshire
Early 18th Century - SOLD


Banister Back Side Chair, Original Seat, Old Black Paint
New England, Probably New Hampshire
Early 18th Century, entire view

This chair features a dry and ancient surface, and robust turnings.
In very good condition with minor height loss and a tight repair to lower section of one banister that can't be seen. (H: 46"; seat H: 16.75"; D: 14.25")

983-5 - SOLD




Chair, Side Chair, William and Mary, Banister Back, Carved, Prince of Wales
Eastern Massachusetts
Circa 1690 to 1725
Old black paint - SOLD


Chair, Side Chair, William and Mary, Banister Back, Carved, Prince of Wales
Eastern Massachusetts
Circa 1690 to 1725, entire view

The carved Prince of Wales crest and four shaped banisters above a rush seat, raised on frontal vase-turned and blocked legs ending in ball feet; joined by a turned box stretcher. Due to fragile construction this chair, like many, it has imperfections; back legs are extended, other repairs.
(Dimensions: 48" H, 17" seat H, 18" W, 14.25" D.)

294-23 - SOLD




Chair, Banister Back, Old Red Paint
Rhode Island
Circa 1780 - SOLD


Chair, Banister Back, Old Red Paint
Rhode Island
Circa 1780, entire view

A delightful arched and saddled crest with "ears" formed by the distinctive circular shape cutouts above turned and split banisters centered by rear-posts featuring congruent profile. The trapezoidal seat with front corner-blocks raised on turned legs, the front turned; the legs joined by stretchers, the front with robust turnings.
See American Furniture in Pendleton House by Christopher Monkhouse, RISDI, page 156; catalog number 96.
Dimensions: 40.5" H, 17" seat H, 19.5" W, 14.25" D.

336-54 - SOLD




Chair, Ladder Back, American
Old Green Paint
19th Century
Maple with original rush splint seat - SOLD


Chair, Ladder Back, American
Old Green Paint
19th Century, entire view

The tall rear posts with tall finials centering four shaped splats above a trapezoidal seat; the seat raised on turned legs joined by double stretchers then ending in tapered foot. (Height: 46.5"; seat height: 16.75"; width: 18.5"; depth: 14.25")

816-13 - SOLD




William and Mary Banister Back Side Chair, Old Black Paint
Chelmsford, Massachusetts
18th Century
This form is unique to Chelmsford - SOLD


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

The arched and spurred crest centered by knopped urn finals atop turned posts flanking four turned and split spindle banisters over trapezoidal seat raised on block and turned legs joined by stretchers.
(H: 45.25"; seat H: 17"; W: 19"; D: 13.75")

1022-1 - SOLD





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