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Pair of side chairs --- American origin ca. 1795-1800

Pair of side chairs Date: Geography: Mid-Atlantic, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States Culture: American Medium: Painted maple with white pine

Green velvet deco boudoir chairs.

Mohair side chairs / / A wonderful newly restored vintage pair of Hollywood style channel backed chairs

SIDE CHAIR / Lambert Hitchcock (1795–1852), Hitchcocks-ville, Connecticut, 1826–1829, paint, bronze-powder stenciling, and gold leaf on wood with cane seat, 34 3/4 x 18 x 15 in., American Folk Art Museum, gift of the Historical Society of Early American Decoration, 58.29, photo by John Parnell

Side Chair Lambert Hitchcock paint, bronze-powder stenciling, and gold leaf on wood with cane seat

Lambert Hitchcock | Fancy Side Chair, ca.1820. Pennsylvania dutch

Lambert Hitchcock - Connecticut - Paint-Decorated & Stencilled Fancy Side Chair- Circa A good example of what happens when the middle class take the imperila style and transforms it into something so charming - the Biedermeyer style

Armchair, 1769  John Mayhew (English, 1736–1811) and William Ince (English, active ca. 1758/59–1794, died 1804)  Gilded fruitwood, tapestry  Overall 42 5/8 x 28 x 26 in. (108.3 x 71.1 x 66 cm)  Gift of the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, 1958 (58.75.16)  ON VIEW: GALLERY 516   Last Updated April 26, 2013

Gilded fruitwood and tapestry side chair (English & French), chair maker - John Mayhew (English, and William Ince (English, died tapestry woven at Manufacture Nationale des Designe (designer Maurice Jacques (French, from workshop of Jacques Neilson