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Chippendale Carved Easy Chair


Mid-Atlantic region, possibly Maryland or Virginia
Ca. 1770
Mahogany, ash, tulip poplar, eastern white pine secondary woods
Condition: Over-all condition to seat frame is very good (see images and full condition report).
Provenance: From the collection of Mrs. Charlene Sussel, Garrett Park, Maryland.
This rare Rococo-style wing chair is embellished with carved blind fretwork decoration on the legs and stretcher. The compact form has a well-defined serpentine crest rail and wings with scrolled armrests joined by a trapezoid seat frame supported by Marlborough legs with carved stretchers ending on molded block feet. The chair most likely accommodated a chamber-pot due to the construction of the interior seat frame.

Dimensions: 45" h. (crest, 27" w. (seat), 23 1/2" d. (seat)

Item ID: F-SF-CH 236

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