Pairs of Chairs
PAIR SHERATON FAUX ROSEWOOD SIDE CHAIRS
Fine Pair of Sheraton Polychrome Painted Faux Rosewood Side Chairs, each reticulated splat supporting an oval panel painted with the three Graces in flowing robes in a landscape, with floral painted guilloche apron and paterae to the corners, on flared tapering bamboo front legs. English circa 1790
Height: 33¾" Seat Height with cushion:19" Seat Width: 18 ½" Total Width:19 ½" Seat Depth: 15½" Total Depth: 20”
Pair Irish Chippendale Period Carved Mahogany Side Chairs
The shaped top rail above a carved and pierced splat with over upholstered seat, with acanthus carved cabriole legs ending in scroll feet. Irish, c, 1770. Illustrated in F. Lewis Hinckley " A Directory of Antique Furniture," 1953 edition, page 248, Illustration No. 775.
Height: 37 3/4" Width: 25" Depth: 23 1/4"Seat Height: 18" Seat Width: 23 1/2" Seat Depth:18"
Chinese Chippendale Period Ladderback Open Armchairs
Very fine Pair of Chinese Chippendale period ladderback open armchairs, having shaped and piercedsplats with outcurvate stiles shaped arms and supports over a drop seat with show wood rails above 'bamboo" turned legs and stretchers. English c. 1765. A side chair of this model is illustrated color plate 105 in Gillows of Lancaster & London 1730-1840 by Susan E. Stuart. Plate 104 shows a colored sketch by Gillows for this model "fiddle back" chair.
Height: 36" Width: 22 3/4" Depth: 18 1/2"
William & Mary Period Carved Walnut Tall Back Side Chairs
Rare Pair of William & Mary Period Carved Walnut Tall Back Side Chairs, each with a scrolled shaped moulded top rail, above matching stiles centering a caned splat with slim cushions on the caned seats and a shaped incised apron above hipped incised cabriole legs, joined by turned stretchers. English circa 1690
Height: 46 1/2" Width:18 1/2" Depth:18 3/4"
SOLD Regency Period Japanned Open Armchairs
Fine Pair of Regency Period Japanned Open Armchairs, the turned toprail having a tablet center decorated with polychrome and gilt swags above a horizontal pierced splat with central tablet with gilt musical instruments, on ring-turned front legs ending in toupie feet. English circa 1800