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FINE PAIR OF NEW HAMPSHIRE QUEEN ANNE MAPLE
AND BIRCH SIDE CHAIRS WITH FAUX GRAINED PAINT, ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN GAINES, PORTSMOUTH. CIRCA 1740.
Painted to imitate Indian rosewood veneer. Northeast Auctions sold two pairs ... [more like this]
Caned settee and rocking chair, both with
ladder backs: maple and birch with incised arched splats, turned legs, stenciled mark "Sprague & Carleton, Keene, New Hampshire", early 20th century, settee 39-1/4 x 60 x ... [more like this]
MANNER OF JENS RISOM Three-piece maple and
birch seating group comprising a settee, l: 50"; and a pair of side chairs, h: 29" w: 25 1/2", patterned black upholstery.
Estimate: 800.00 - 1,000.00 ... [more like this]
NEW ENGLAND FEDERAL MAPLE AND BIRCH LOLLING
The rectangular padded back with serpentine crest rail flanked by molded serpentine arms on downswept supports centering a trapezoidal over-upholstered seat raised ... [more like this]
William & Mary Maple and Birch Roundabout
Chair, with woven rush seat, (three legs ended-out). ... [more like this]
FEDERAL EASY OR WING CHAIR. American early
19th century mahogany. Barrel-back form with tapered and molded front legs. Upholstered in blue and white striped silk. 19''h. seat 46''h. overall. This has been ... [more like this]
Shaker Elder's Rocking Chair, with a related
armchair: Rocking chair Enfield, New Hampshire, mid-19th century, with four slat back, turned finials, rush seat, and applied "skates" at the bottoms of the rockers, maple, ... [more like this]
Pair Federal painted fancy chairs, New England
circa 1800 rush bottom seat, painted in poppy red ground, crests and backrest embellished with musical instruments bound in painted ribbon design; birch or maple secondary ... [more like this]
Paul McCobb Midcentury Furniture Set Paul
McCobb Winchendon Mid-Century Modern Dining Set & Winchendon Planner System Tables, maple and/or birch. 2 side chairs 30-1/2"H, Dining table 29"H x 36"L x 23"W with two drop ... [more like this]
AND IMPORTANT SHAKER REVOLVING CHAIR
FAMILY, NEW LEBANON, NEW YORK, CIRCA 1860
Although the South Family of Shakers at Mount Lebanon produced a number of revolving stools and chairs, this particular example ... [more like this]
PAIR OF BOSTON WILLIAM AND MARY CARVED BIRCH
AND MAPLE SIDE CHAIRS.
Each rectangular leather-covered paneled back flanked by baluster-turned stiles with knopped finials, joined to a trapezoidal leather seat, raised ... [more like this]
Chippendale Tiger Maple, Sycamore and Birch
Roundabout Chair, possibly central Massachusetts, late 18th century, with well-formed scrolled handhelds, pierced splats, and beaded legs joined by cross-stretchers, the rush ... [more like this]
Biedermeier Fruitwood-inlaid and Part-ebonized
Maple Side Chair, c. 1830, scrolled backrest with oval birch panel with anthemion inlay, overupholstered seat and square, tapered, and splayed legs, seat ht. 18 1/2 in.
Overall ... [more like this]
Pair of New England Ribbon Back Side Chairs
late 18th century, one of maple, one of birch, both having a shaped crest rail over horizontal "ribbon" back, slip seat, molded seat rail, legs with inside chamfer, cross ... [more like this]
William and Mary Corner Chair New England,
18th century, maple, birch and other mixed woods, carved Spanish front foot and rush seat, 30-1/2 x 27-1/2 x 24 in., ... [more like this]
Fine American Federal Easy Chair New England,
late 18th century, mahogany with birch, maple and other mixed woods, molded and tapered square legs, 46-1/2 x 30 x 29-1/2 in., ... [more like this]
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