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Pair of side chairs --- American origin ca. 1795-1800

Pair of side chairs Date: Geography: Mid-Atlantic, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States Culture: American Medium: Painted maple with white pine

Hepplewhite case back side chair, ca. 1794. Attributed to Samuel McIntyre. Based on plate 2 of Hepplewhite's 'Cabinet Maker and Upholsterer's Guide', it has been enriched with relief carving to legs, grape clusters in the splat lunette, bowknots at tope of legs. Mahogany, ebony, ash, birch, white pine.  http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/works-of-art/62.16

Hepplewhite side chair with blue silk seat and nail head trim. Attributed to Samuel McIntire.

Josef Danhauser

Side Chair Maker:Circle of Josef Danhauser 's K. Möbel-Fabrik, Vienna Date:ca. Culture:Austrian, Vienna Medium:Beech and pine wood, cherrywood veneer, ebonized mahogany framing strips;

Armchair, London, England ca. 1780-85. Carved and painted beech, with caned seat. This chair is part of a larger suite that formerly furnished the Music Room at Woodhall Park, Hertfordshire. It is appropriately decorated with emblems of music - the back carved in the form of a lyre with two pipes crossed in the centre, the round medallions painted with female musicians. The arms, carved as dolphins, represent the dolphin that saved the life of the Greek poet and musician Arion.

Armchair

Armchair, London, England ca. Carved and painted beech, with caned seat. This chair is part of a larger suite that formerly furnished the Music Room at Woodhall Park, Hertfordshire. It is appropriately decorated with emblems of music - the back ca

Side Chair Made Of Carved Rosewood,  Designed By Alexander Jackson Davis, Burns And Trainque Manufacturer - America    c. 1848

Beautiful Circa 1850 Walnut Side Chair in rich toned rust silk by Alexander Jackson Davis.

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

Side Chair. Totally uncomfortable but pretty to look at.

Side Chair Date: ca. Geography: Made in United States Culture: American Medium: Walnut with gilding. Dimensions: 35 x 17 x 17 in. x x cm) Classification: Furniture Credit Line: Friends of the American Wing Fund, 2002

A Very Fine Queen Anne Carved and Figured Walnut Rounded-Stile Compass-Seat Side Chair, possibly by the Henry Cliffton and Thomas Carteret shop, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, circa 1760. Sotheby's

A Very Fine Queen Anne Carved and Figured Walnut Rounded-Stile Compass-Seat Side Chair, possibly by the Henry Cliffton and Thomas Carteret shop, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania<br>circa 1760

Side Chair, c.1755–60  after a design by Thomas Chippendale  (1718–1779)  Mahogany; tent stitch embroidery on canvas

Pair of side chairs After a design by Thomas Chippendale (British, baptised Otley, West Yorkshire London)

THE VAN CORTLANDT FAMILY QUEEN ANNE CARVED WALNUT AND WALNUT VENEERED SIDE CHAIR  CARVING ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN WELCH (1711-1789), BOSTON, 1735-1750,  38½ in. high

THE VAN CORTLANDT FAMILY QUEEN ANNE CARVED WALNUT AND WALNUT VENEERED SIDE CHAIR CARVING ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN WELCH (1711-1789), BOSTON, 1735-1750, 38½ in. high

Chair, 1800, John Townsend (Cabinetmaker), Joseph Li Volsi (Upholsterer) Winterthur museum.

Chair, 1800, John Townsend (Cabinetmaker), Joseph Li Volsi (Upholsterer) Winterthur museum.

Side chair marked by Michael Smith, 1775-1800, New York City. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Bones, Side chair marked by Michael Smith, New York City. The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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