PAIR OF CARVED MAHOGANY DINING CHAIRS
Salem, c. 1830
Each with a bowed crest rail with acanthus carving along the top edge and terminating at each end with relief-carved scrolled "ram's horns" continuing to grooved styles holding a foliate carved stay rail centering an anthemion, above an upholstered slip seat on a bolection-molded seat rail raised on turned, tapering legs with lotus carved decoration, on metal casters and saber legs in back.
H: 33¾" W: 17" D: 20½"
Condition: Excellent: Wear consistent with age. Modern upholstery.
These bold chairs in the style of William IV, are part of the same set as a pair of identical chairs held by the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts.
|Dealer||Carswell Rush Berlin, Inc.|
|Origin||Salem or Boston|
|Measurements||H: 33¾" W: 17" D: 20½"|
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|Contact||Carswell R. Berlin, 646-645-0404 or CarswellBerlin@msn.com|