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Transitional Chippendale Lolling Chair

Transitional Chippendale Lolling Chair


Massachusetts, probably Boston, ca. 1775-1785
Primary wood: mahogany; secondary: maple and pine
Condition: Fine condition, minor imperfections to frame
Having a serpentine-top crest rail above an upholstered back flanked by serpentine molded armrests with a cushion and seat frame supported by molded, straight Chippendale legs.
Provenance: John Walton, 1980’s; Private Collection, New Canaan, CT.

Dimensions: 42 1/2" h. (crest of back), 18+" h. (seat), 26" w. (at arms), 24" d.

Item ID: F-SF-CH 238

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