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Windsor Sack Back Arm Chair, Old Black Painted Surface, Robust Turning
New England
Circa 1800 - SOLD


Windsor Sack Back Arm Chair, Old Black Painted Surface, Robust Turning
New England
Circa 1800, entire view

A comfortable chair featuring outwardly scrolled handholds and old black paint; the D-shape saddle seat is nicely carved and is raised on beautifully turned legs joined by medial stretcher. (H: 35.5"; seat H: 17"; W: 23.25"; D: 14.75")

168-10 - SOLD




Windsor Sack Back Arm Chair, Original Surface History
Connecticut
Circa 1800 - SOLD


Windsor Sack Back Arm Chair, Original Surface History
Connecticut
Circa 1800, entire view

A comfortable chair featuring scrolled handholds and old black paint; the seat painted in soft yellow forward of the gutter. Medial stretcher appears to be an early working period replacement resultant of the chair taking a tumble. The original dark green paint now oxidized to nearly black was most likely applied as was the soft yellow paint on seat when the medial stretcher was replaced. A rear leg post where joined to seat was strengthened by inserting a large dowel. The structural integrity is without compromise; the chair should be used daily.
(H: 37.5"; seat H: 17.5": W: 21": D: 17")

1004-2 - SOLD




Sack Back Windsor Armchair, Carved Knuckle Handholds, Old Red Surface
Possibly Rhode Island
Circa 1800 to 1810
An individual effort of curious design departing from convention - SOLD


Sack Back Windsor Armchair, Carved Knuckle Handholds, Old Red Surface
Possibly Rhode Island
Circa 1800 to 1810, entire view

For a related Windsor chair having similar turning vocabulary, pointed feet; swell at stretcher tips, and bow channel see Nancy Goyne Evans, American Windsor Chairs, page 276, figure 6-73. This example is in fine condition.
(H: 37.5"; seat H: 17.5"; W: 23.75"; D: 17.5")

431-60 - SOLD




Windsor, Sack Back Armchair, Old Black Paint
Rhode Island
Circa 1780 to 1790 - SOLD


Windsor, Sack Back Armchair, Old Black Paint
Rhode Island
Circa 1780 to 1790, entire view

The tapering bow with low-sloping arch above arm rail with shaped handholds pierced by seven spindles; the arm is supported by turned posts; the shaped seat features a narrow chamfer conforming to bottom edge and is grooved at inside and outside edges of spindle platform. The chair is raised on uniquely turned legs with abruptly tapered foot (toes) joined by robust swelled stretchers. See American Windsor Chairs by Nancy Goyne Evans, page 255, figure 2-26 for identical example. The left proper arm-rail has been pinned where bow pierces the arm to repair shrinkage fractures; the arm is stable and useable. Crusty old black paint, probably 19th century.
Dimensions: 35" H, 16.5" seat H, 26.25" W, 15.25" D.

659-23 - SOLD




Chair, Windsor, Bamboo Windsor, Black Paint
Signed Sylvester Higgins
E. Haddam, Connecticut - SOLD


Chair, Windsor, Bamboo Windsor, Black Paint
Signed Sylvester Higgins
E. Haddam, Connecticut , entire view

Dimensions: H: 32.5"; seat H: 15.25"; W: 14.5"; D: 14".

514-207 - SOLD




Windsor Fan Back Side Chair
Possibly Vermont, Ex Harold Smith
Circa 1800 - SOLD


Windsor Fan Back Side Chair
Possibly Vermont, Ex Harold Smith
Circa 1800 , entire view

Old black over red paint, minor loss of height.
(H: 38.5"; seat H: 17.5"; W: 15.5"; D: 16")

410-115 - SOLD




Matched Pair
Fan-Back Windsor Side Chairs
Probably Boston Area
Circa 1790-1810
Old Green paint - SOLD


Matched Pair
Fan-Back Windsor Side Chairs
Probably Boston Area
Circa 1790-1810, entire view

The crest rail with projecting ears on bamboo turned stiles centering seven tapered spindles; beautiful shield-shaped seat raised on similarly turned legs joined by "H" stretcher. The paint is very early, as depicted there are surface losses. One post mended at comb, tight shrinkage fissure on back of one comb.
(Height: 35"; seat height: 17.5"; width: 15.75"; depth: 16"".)

714-1 - SOLD




Bow-Back Windsor Side Chair
Brass capped feet...old paint
Anonymous
Circa 1810 - SOLD


Bow-Back Windsor Side Chair
Brass capped feet...old paint
Anonymous
Circa 1810, entire view

The molded hoop-shaped bow is pierced by 9-double incised tapered bamboo turned rods. The saddle-shaped shaped seat is crisply undercut and is pierced by and raised on raked and well defined baluster and reel turned legs ending in brass ferrule feet; legs are jointed by turned stretchers. (Similar brass feet are frequently found on early New York Sheraton pieces.) The chair remains in a very early black and red faux grain paint. (Seat height: 18"; seat width: 16.75"; height at back: approximately 37.5".)

201-206 - SOLD




Pair Of Sack-Back Windsor Armchairs
New England, probably Massachusetts
Circa 1780-1800 - SOLD


Pair Of Sack-Back Windsor Armchairs
New England, probably Massachusetts
Circa 1780-1800, entire view

As depicted, a matched pair having generous proportions. Some restorations...late red painted surface; lovely and functional.
(Height: 38.75"; seat height: 17"; width: 22"; depth: 14".)

549-16 - SOLD




Windsor Bow Back Side Chairs,
Matched Set of Six, Painted Surface
New England, circa 1810
A fine and functional set for everyday use… - SOLD


Windsor Bow Back Side Chairs, Matched Set of Six, Painted Surface
New England, circa 1810
A fine and functional set for everyday use…, set view

A matched set of six side chairs in good paint and fine condition; double beaded bows,
seven spindles, nicely shaped and undercut saddle shape seats raised on bamboo-
turned legs joined by stretchers. Excellent condition.
(Height: 37.5"; seat height: 18"; width: 16.75"; depth: 15.5")

SOLD

314-54




Pair of Paint Decorated Windsor Tablet-Back Chairs,
Likely Baltimore Area, Circa 1825
The freehand decoration features village buildings and trees; decorative borders - SOLD


Pair of Paint Decorated Windsor Tablet-Back Chairs,
Likely Baltimore Area, Circa 1825, entire view

(Excellent original condition; height: 37”, seat height: 18”, seat measures 16 by 16.5”)

1221-7 - SOLD




Four Windsor Side Chairs, Original Fancy Paint, Maker Signed, Thumb Back
Peter Atherton Willard (Branded, PA WILLARD / Warranted)
Sterling, Massachusetts (Worcester County)
Circa 1825 to 1845
Stenciled and freehand ornamentation, vinegar grained seat, yellow ground - SOLD


Four Windsor Side Chairs, Original Fancy Paint, Maker Signed, Thumb Back
Peter Atherton Willard (Branded, PA WILLARD / Warranted)
Sterling, Massachusetts (Worcester County)
Circa 1825 to 1845, set view

Very minor imperfections, good functional seating
(H: 33": seat H: 17": W: 17.25": D: 16.25")

1043-1 - SOLD




A Fine Fan back Windsor Side Chair in Outstanding Red Paint
Attributed to Charles Chase, Nantucket, Circa 1790 to 1800
Elegantly turned, wonderful shaped seat, and small projecting scrolls - SOLD


Antique Windsor Fan Back Side Chair in Outstanding Red Paint, Circa 1790 to 1800, angle view

A closely related example is published in “Harbor & Home, Furniture of Southeastern Massachusetts"; Jobe, Sullivan & O’Brien, pp. 89, 90; plate 22.1 For additional information see American Windsor Chairs by Nancy Goyne Evans, The Southern Coastal Area and the Islands, page 372; see figure 6-227; the author discusses Charles Chase on pp. 381 and 382.
(Excellent condition, old red over original paint; H: 37"; seat H: 18")

210-252 - SOLD




Tablet-top Windsor
Side chair with patriotic decoration
Pennsylvania
Circa 1830-1840 - SOLD


Tablet-top Windsor
Side chair with patriotic decoration
Pennsylvania
Circa 1830-1840, entire view

Maple, poplar, original painted decoration
This is a fine example of a classic early nineteenth century Pennsylvania plank seat, half-spindle-back side chair. However, the unusual ornamental treatment makes it especially noteworthy. American painted furniture with patriotic painted decoration is rare. As depicted, a spread-wing American eagle and crossed flags embellish the crest rail. Additional paint decoration on this piece includes black outlining on the back, seat, front stretcher and legs. The chair is published within Deborah Harding's, Stars and Stripes, Patriotic Motifs in American Folk Art, (New York: Rizzoli, 2002), p. 94.
The chair remains in a fine state of originality. (Height: 32"; seat height: 17.25"; width: 15.25"; depth: 19".)

210-154 - SOLD




Bow Back Windsor Armchair, Rare Curved Front Stretcher, Oval Medallions
Probably Boston, Possibly William Seaver and James Frost, Circa 1800
Bamboo turned spindles above shaped seat, similarly turned legs joined by curved stretcher featuring oval medallions - SOLD


Bow Back Windsor Armchair, Rare Curved Front Stretcher, Oval Medallions
Probably Boston, Possibly William Seaver and James Frost, Circa 1800, entire view

See American Windsor Chairs by Nancy Goyne Evans, page 358; also The Windsor Style in America, Volumes I and II by Charles Santore, pp. 130 and 131.
(Legs extended about 3"; repair to cracked spindle; old crack to bow where left proper arm attaches; old black paint; H: 39", seat H: 18.25", W: 18.25", D: 17.25")

216-500 - SOLD




Windsor Sack Back Armchair in Old Black Paint
New England
Circa 1800 - SOLD


Windsor Sack Back Armchair in Old Black Paint
New England
Circa 1800, entire view

(H: 36", seat H: 17.5", W: 23.25", D: 15")

1046-1 - SOLD




Windsor Sack Back Armchair, Old Black over Green Paint
New England, probably Rhode Island
Circa 1780 - SOLD


Windsor Sack Back Armchair, Old Black over Green Paint
New England, probably Rhode Island
Circa 1780, entire view

A comfortable chair displaying a rare combination of turnings that ornament the chair; the arm supports boldly follow the pattern of medial-stretcher, and the arc-front seat with a slightly projecting center point is not a common feature.
REFFERENCE: American Windsor Chairs by Nancy Goyne Evans, fig. 6-49 and 6-56.
LITERATURE: Art & Industry in Early America – Rhode Island Furniture, 1650-1830 by Patricia Kane with Dennis Carr, Nancy Goyne Evans, Jennifer Johnson and Gary Sullivan, page 126, figure 9. (H: 39", seat H: 19", W: 25.25", D: 15.5")

1046-2 - SOLD




Windsor Armchair, Scrolled Handholds, Robust Baluster Turnings, Old Surface
Rhode Island
Circa 1780
A very good chair exhibiting classic elements favored by Rhode Island makers - SOLD


Windsor Armchair, Scrolled Handholds, Robust Baluster Turnings, Old Surface
Rhode Island
Circa 1780, entire view

(H: 38.75"; seat H: 18.5"; W: 23"; D: 15.5")

410-124 - SOLD




Fan Back Windsor Side Chair, Old Black Paint
Rhode Island
Circa 1795 - SOLD


Fan Back Windsor Side Chair, Old Black Paint
Rhode Island
Circa 1795, entire view

Original surface history, some thinning paint, tight condition.
(H: 36.75; seat H: 16.75"; W: 14"; D: 15")

939-1 - SOLD




Armchair, Windsor, Bow-Back, Painted
Rhode Island or Connecticut
Circa 1780 - SOLD


Armchair, Windsor, Bow-Back, Painted
Rhode Island or Connecticut
Circa 1780, entire view

Retaining original surface history, great 19th century mustard yellow over original green paint in great patina. Unusual square corner seat with generous proportions and out- swept arms. (Dimensions: Height: 36.25"; seat height: 17"; width: 27"; depth: 15")

285-45 - SOLD




Windsor Arm Chair
Pennsylvania
Circa 1800 - SOLD


Windsor Arm Chair
Pennsylvania
Circa 1800, entire view

The bowed back centering nine tapering spindles, receives the down-swept arms with scrolled ends, raised on shaped stiles. The shield shaped seat above nicely turned legs, joined by robust "H" stretcher. Ancient black paint over original surface history.
Dimensions: 38.75" H, 20.5" W, 17.5" D.

431-42 - SOLD




Windsor, Sack-back Armchair, Highly Stylized, Outstanding Turnings
Turning Vocabulary and Form Speak to the E.B. Tracy Shop Tradition
Lisbon Township, New London County, Connecticut
Date/Period: 1785-1795 - SOLD


Windsor, Sack-back Armchair, Highly Stylized, Outstanding Turnings Turning Vocabulary and Form Speak to the E.B. Tracy Shop Tradition Lisbon Township, New London County, Connecticut, entire view

Measurement: Height: 36"; seat height: 17.75"; width: 26.5"; depth: 15"

Condition: Very good condition with only minor imperfections commensurate with age
and use, very early repair to bow; old red paint

Additional Information: Confidently attributed to E.B. Tracy. The seven-spindle bow-
back armchair with out-scrolled armrests, eleven robust swelled spindles, and arm
supports matching leg turnings above a deeply carved distinctively shaped saddle seat
raised on magnificently turned legs joined by stretchers with arrow shape terminuses.

SOLD

1385-2




Paint Decorated Writing Arm Windsor Armchair, Original Paint and Decoration
New England, probably Massachusetts or New Hampshire
Circa 1820
Outstanding painted freehand decoration and surface quality - SOLD


Antique Paint Decorated Writing Arm Windsor Armchair, Original Paint, Circa 1820, angle view

A handsome chair in original condition; the paint decorated tablet with stepped-down ends above turned, flattened and bent posts flanking seven-rods; scrolled arm and generously proportioned writing leaf above the carved seat with incised line outlining the spindle-rail. The seat is raised on bamboo-turned legs joined by box stretcher. The chair remains in superb original condition including the original painted surfaces and decoration. There is a tight shrinkage crack in writing leaf; a molded cleat was affixed to the underside during the chairs working life guaranteeing the integrity, all else fine and original. (H: 35”; writing H: 29.5”; seat H: 17”; W: 27”; D: 30.75”)

532-95 - SOLD




Windsor Continuous Arm Brace Back Armchair, Green Paint
Rhode Island, Circa 1780 - SOLD


Antique Green Painted Continuous Arm Windsor Armchair, angle view

(Excellent condition, old repaint; H: 36.5”, seat H: 16.5”, W: 21.5”, D: 20”)

1138-6 - SOLD




Windsor Bow Back Armchair, Accumulated Painted Surface History
Rhode Island, Circa 1780
Displaying original surface history, mustard yellow over original green paint - SOLD


Antique Windsor Bow Back Armchair with Painted Surface History, Rhode Island, Circa 1780, angle view

To view cognates please see American Windsor Chairs by Nancy Goyne Evans, the comparison is figure 6-18; also, Windsor Chair Making in Rhode Island by Nancy Goyne Evans, pp. 115-134, figure 9; published within Art & Industry in Early America – Rhode Island Furniture, 1650-1830. [Patricia Kane, Yale University Art Gallery]
(Dimensions: H: 36.25”; seat H: 17”; W: 27”; D: 15”)

492-145 - SOLD




Windsor Sack Back Arm Chair, Old Black Painted Surface Over Green
New England
Circa 1800 - SOLD


Windsor Sack Back Arm Chair, Old Black Painted Surface Over Green
New England
Circa 1800, entire view

A comfortable chair featuring outwardly scrolled handholds and old black paint; the D-shape saddle seat is nicely carved and is raised on turned legs joined by medial stretcher. (H: 35"; seat H: 16.5"; W: 22"; D: 15.25")

168-9 - SOLD




Windsor Armchair, Sack Back, Wonderful Paint, Tall and Balanced
New England
Circa 1800
Understated elegance, great color and surface history - SOLD


Windsor Armchair, Sack Back, Wonderful Paint, Tall and Balanced
New England
Circa 1800, entire view

(H: 41.5"; Seat H: 17 5/8")

191-363 - SOLD




Pair of Windsor Bow Back Side Chairs
New England
In Later Green Paint
Circa 1800 - SOLD


Pair of Windsor Bow Back Side Chairs
New England
In Later Green Paint
Circa 1800, pair view

Nine tapered and swelling spindles within incised bow above the shield shaped seat, raised on bamboo turned legs joined by "H" stretcher. The chairs are full height.
Dimensions: height to back- 37.875"; seat- 17.75" tall, 17.5" wide and 15" deep.

223-13 - SOLD




Windsor Bow Back, Sack Back Armchair, Old Painted Surface
New England
Circa 1800 to 1810 - SOLD


Windsor Bow Back, Sack Back Armchair, Old Painted Surface
New England
Circa 1800 to 1810, entire view

A commodious chair with beautifully carved seat and wonderful surface, remaining at full height. (H: 37.5"; seat H: 17")

556-59 - SOLD




Rocking Chair, Windsor, Original Paint Decoration and painted Rush Seat
19th Century
American
Delicate bamboo turnings, painted rush seat, berry and foliate decoration - SOLD


Rocking Chair, Windsor, Original Paint Decoration and painted Rush Seat
19th Century, entire view

(H: 32"; seat H: 13.25"; W: 19.25"; D: 28.75")

270-97 - SOLD




Pair Of Windsor Fan-Back
Side Chairs
New England
Circa 1800 - SOLD


Pair Of Windsor Fan-Back
Side Chairs
New England
Circa 1800, pair view

Arched crest with upswept ears above seven spindles flanked by tapered bamboo turned stiles above saddle shaped seat raised on splayed turned legs joined by turned H-form stretcher. Old black paint. (Height: 36"; seat height: 16.5"; width: 16.25"; depth: 15.5".)

731-39 - SOLD





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