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Ladder Back chair Five ladder, New England maple, 18thC. armchair. It has original feet and is original throughout. Part of the right arm pommel has broken out and is missing. Measurements: 48"H x 24 1/4"W x 22"D and 16 7/8" seat height.
Windsor Armchair Continuous brace back Windsor armchair, cleaned down to period green. Measurements: 37 1/2"H x 18" seat x 20 2/4"D
Youth sized windsor chair
Youth windsor chair with a Boston makers brand "S.J.Tuck", under seat, Rare Example, Needs minor restoration to top rail. Ca. 1820's. Measurements: 29"H x 13 1/2"W x 13"D. Seat height 15 3/4"
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An unusual Queen Anne New England maple side chair with faux leather seat and wrought iron seat support.
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Unusual Massachusetts side chair with heart cutout in splat, country Chippendale, in older surface.
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A very fine mahogany Massachusetts slip seat side chair, in old surface with shell carved crest, owls eye splat and fluted stile legs and stretchers.
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A continuous arm Windsor chair in older red paint with excellent bulbous turnings and height. Some restoration to one arm and iron rod arm supports. Ca. 1770
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Mahogany Queen Anne pad foot chair, Newbury Massachusetts area origin, heart pierced, bracket supported over upholstered side chair. 18th C.
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A rare 18th C. Birch armchair featuring its original wooden seat and original feet, this chair also has some of the original red. Probably Northern England or Canada
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Windsor armchair 18thC. New England origin, older dark Spanish brown/black paint, crack to bow restored.
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