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Scroll-back Side Chair with Inlaid Rail and Reeded Legs, John Seymour (attributed to), 1800-1815, LACMA Collections Online

Scroll-back Side Chair with Inlaid Rail and Reeded Legs, John Seymour (attributed to), LACMA Collections Online

Side Chair attributed to Duncan Phyfe (Scottish, 1770–1854), New York City, ca. 1815–20, Mahogany, ash, tulip poplar. The delicate framing and lyre-shaped splat of this chair are considered hallmarks of the Phyfe style. The cabinetmaker included a drawing of a similar chair in an 1816 letter to prominent Philadelphian Charles Bancker. This particular example is thought to be part of a set of twenty-four produced by Phyfe's workshop.

Side Chair

Duncan Phyfe side chair, early Phyfe immigrated from Scotland and blended English Neoclassical and Regency styles, supplying furniture to the wealthy families of New York. Mahogany with ash, yellow poplar, made in New York.

Side Chair; 1765-1785.  Unknown maker; Boston or Salem.  (1956.0052)

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THE ELIAS HASKET DERBY FEDERAL CARVED MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIR

The Elias Hasket Derby Federal carved mahogany side chair, carving attributed to Samuel McIntire;

A Pair of English Regency Mahogany Side Chairs 3

For Sale on - A pair of English Regency mahogany side chairs with carved back rails above fluted supports and sabre legs, circa

Side chair, Neoclassical 1790–95 Carved by Samuel McIntire, American, 1757–1811

Side chair, Neoclassical Carved by Samuel McIntire, American…

Scroll-Back Klismos Side Chair with Grecian Front Legs  United States, New York, New York City, circa 1810-1820, LACMA Collections Online

Scroll-Back Klismos Side Chair with Grecian Front Legs United States, New York, New York City, circa LACMA Collections Online

In the early nineteenth century, no form of ancient furniture was imitated as successfully as the Greek klismos. Known through its depiction on Greek vases and fragments of relief-carved marbles, the chair is distinguished by its spare, elegant lines and sweeping, curved rear stiles surmounted by a broad, deeply curved tablet

Side Chair Date: Geography: Mid-Atlantic, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States Culture: American Medium: Mahogany, poplar

Side Chair  c. 1880  Maker: attributed to: Herter Brothers, American, 1864 - 1906  Gift of Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Kugelman, B.A. 1956, B. Mus. 1959, M.D. 1960  1981.127  In addition to special commissions, the Herter Brothers provided cosmopolitan, ready-made furniture for the wealthy throughout much of the United States. This chair is an example of one of the ready-made designs the firm produced. Its coloration and rectilinear lattice work are derived from the designers of English furniture…

Side Chair c. 1880 Maker: attributed to: Herter Brothers, American, 1864 - 1906 This chair is an example of one of the ready-made designs the firm produced. Example of Neo Japanese style

Set Of 6 Rosewood Dining Chairs Attributed to Guglielmo Ulrich

View this item and discover similar dining room chairs for sale at - Important set of 6 dining chairs, attributed to Guglielmo Ulrich ( ) rosewood, mahogany and white cotton upholstery height: in ( 96 cm

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