SOLD! for $900.00.
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American Queen Anne mahogany side chair with yoke shaped molded crest rail, upturned ears and molded, tapering stiles over a solid vasiform splat, set into shoe on rear rail. Trapezoidal slip seat, mortised and pinned into frame, with crewel work upholstery, cabriole front legs terminating in trifid or drake feet, flaring rear legs with chamfered corners. Delaware Valley, likely Philadelphia, circa 1740. 39" H x 22-1/4" W x 16-1/4" D overall. Provenance: The estate of Dr. Benjamin H. Caldwell, Nashville, Tennessee, ex-Jack Tompkins Antiques, Millbrook, New York. Illustrated and briefly discussed in the article on the Caldwells' home published in The Magazine Antiques, Sept. 1971, p. 438. CONDITION: 7-1/2" L split to back lower half of splat. Stains on crewel work seat. Abrasions at feet and knees, and several scratches to splat and stiles. Missing rear blocks under seat.