Eighteenth century american windsor chairs


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  • £795.00 For the Pair
  • €857 Euro
  • $1,004 US Dollar

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Eighteenth century american windsor chairs

A near pair of 18th century American comb back Windsor chairs with 19th century paint. Likely from the East Connecticut or Rhode Island area of New England, they date to around 1780. Faux bamboo legs with turned H stretchers supporting shield-shaped solid seats, with scribe line and old gold painted decoration. Faux bamboo stiles and tapered spindles supporting crest rails with projecting ears, the rails with traces of old painted floral decoration. Offered in completely solid, stable condition, with some obvious age-related wear. Price is for the pair.

H: 87cm W: 62cm D: 54cm
H: 87cm W: 62cm D: 49cm
Seat heights: 39.5cm and 42cm


c. 1780

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