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RARE AND IMPORTANT BOSTON FEDERAL CARVED MAHOGANY AND FLAME BIRCH VENEERED SABRE LEG SIDE CHAIR, ATTRIBUTED TO THE WORKSHOP OF JOHN AND THOMAS SEYMOUR,...


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    MAHOGANY AND FLAME BIRCH VENEERED SABRE LEG SIDE CHAIR, ATTRIBUTED TO THE WORKSHOP OF JOHN AND THOMAS SEYMOUR, CIRCA 1805. The reeded crest rail centering a figured birch ... [more like this]
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    SIDE CHAIR, CARVING ATTRIBUTED TO SAMUEL MCINTIRE (1757-1811), SALEM, MASSACHUSETTS. The shield-back with carved "trailing vine" crest over a pierced splat with ... [more like this]
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    SIDE CHAIR, CARVING ATTRIBUTED TO SAMUEL MCINTIRE (1757-1811), SALEM, MASSACHUSETTS. The shield-back surrounding a splat with carved urn and drapery above a shaped seat, ... [more like this]
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    MIRROR, LABELED BARNARDA. The molded crest with eighteen spherules above an eglomise panel with a romantic hillside castle above a rectangular mirrored plate, flanked by ... [more like this]
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  • Federal Carved Mahogany and Mahogany Veneer
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  • Federal Carved and Inlaid Mahogany Tambour
    Writing Desk on Frame, possibly Thomas Seymour, Boston, possibly while working for Isaac Vose, c. 1812-25, the hinged lid and tambour enclosure above a frame with single drawer ... [more like this]
  • Federal Carved and Inlaid Mahogany Tall Case
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    Worktable, attributed to Thomas Seymour, Boston, c. 1810-20, the rectangular top with ovolo corners bordered by crossbanding and ebony stringing, above two cockbeaded drawers, ... [more like this]
  • Federal Carved Mahogany Writing Desk, possibly
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  • Federal Carved Giltwood Mirror early 19th
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