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A PAIR OF CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS  PHILADELPHIA, 1760-1780  38½ in. high

A PAIR OF CHIPPENDALE MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIRS PHILADELPHIA, 1760-1780 38½ in. high

PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF THOMAS P AND ALICE K KUGELMAN - The Samuel Talcott Chippendale Cherrywood Roundabout Armchair, Hartford or possibly Norwich, Connecticut, circa 1770 -  Height 33 1/4 in.

The Samuel Talcott Chippendale Cherrywood Roundabout Armchair, Hartford or possibly Norwich, Connecticut, circa 1770

Attributed to Thomas Affleck: Side chair (1974.325) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Attributed to Thomas Affleck: Side chair with Chippendale influences, note the interwoven ribboned chair back

Pook & Pook.  April 19th & 20th 2013. Lot 450   Estimated: $4K - $6K. Realized Price: $2370. Philadelphia Chippendale mahogany dining chair, ca. 1770, with a shell carved crest and pierced splat, above a shell carved frame, supported by cabriole legs terminating in ball and claw feet.

Pook & Pook. April 19th & 20th 2013. Lot 450 Estimated: $4K - $6K. Realized Price: $2370. Philadelphia Chippendale mahogany dining chair, ca. 1770, with a shell carved crest and pierced splat, above a shell carved frame, supported by cabriole legs terminating in ball and claw feet.

This shell-eared, carved, ball and claw foot side chair is part of the Thomas Affleck, Philadelphia group of furniture made for the Hollingsworth family from 1765-1775.

This shell-eared, carved, ball and claw foot side chair is part of the Thomas Affleck, Philadelphia group of furniture made for the Hollingsworth family from

AN IMPORTANT CHIPPENDALE CARVED MAHOGANY EASY CHAIR   The carving attributed to the "Garvan" carver, Philadelphia, 1760-1765

AN IMPORTANT CHIPPENDALE CARVED MAHOGANY EASY CHAIR The carving attributed to the "Garvan" carver, Philadelphia, 1760-1765

Side Chair Artist/maker unknown, English Geography: Made in England, Europe

Side Chair Artist/maker unknown, English Geography: Made in England, Europe

A George II mahogany close stool the hinged lid in the form of a large leather book with marbled pages now enclosing a void, with a shaped apron on all sides and raised on cabriole legs with pad feet

A George II mahogany close stool the hinged lid in the form of a large leather book with marbled pages now enclosing a void, with a shaped apron on all sides and raised on cabriole legs with pad feet

american period queen anne furniture | 04 queen anne side chair this chair has a balloon seat and carved ...

Queen Anne Side Chair by Dennis Bork, master furniture maker. Custom furniture available.

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