Category: Chairs

Directoire Armchair

Directoire armchair, ca, 1800-10. This stylish neoclassic as  themes in its Klismos form, rosettes, shells urn turnings, and reeding.  A sizeable chair, it is fitted with an old leather cover. H. 35″, w. 22″, d. 24″. Continue reading

French Louis XV Period Armchairs

French Louis XV period armchairs. A pair of elegant  dark stained beech armchairs, both of the 18th century, share a design with molded carving highlighted with carved floral crests. Formerly caned, these are well covered in traditionalContinue reading

Hepplewhite Chairs

Here, the center table is displayed with six Hepplewhite chairs of the George III era. All are late 18th or earliest 19th century and of mahogany. H. 36″. The set of six, $2400. Table sold separately.

Walnut Louis XVI Style Chair

  The walnut Louis XVI style chair dates in the late 18th century and retains old finish and color. The carved slender oval back is flanked by curving molded arms on fluted legs on aContinue reading

Four Philadelphia chairs, circa 1785-1800

Four Philadelphia chairs, circa 1785-1800

Set of four Philadelphia chairs, circa 1785-1800, all in walnut. These ladder-back examples have a light feeling  with shaped, pierced and molded crests with molded stiles. Slips seats are easily recovered and typical for AmericanContinue reading

Georgian corner armchair

  We love corner chairs, especially as desk chairs, as you can move in and out to either side with ease. Circa 1760- 1790, the lovely Georgian example is in walnut and  probably English. TheContinue reading

Spanish 17th century walnut armchairs

These Spanish 17th century walnut armchairs are of sturdy construction and have but minor repair. The heavy leather covered backs and seats would have been further softened with down cushions in this period. Note theContinue reading

Queen Anne armchair, 18th century- SOLD

Early 18th century fiddle back Queen Anne armchair with a “shepherd’s crook” arm above shapely cabriole legs. English. This chair has a lovely nut brown patina. Damask covered. H. 38″, w. 21″, d. 22″.

Savorenolla armchair, 18th century

  18th century Savorenolla armchair is in well colored walnut. The comfortable and shapely back flows to curving arms over a freshly covered damask seat on distinctive x-form legs and stretchers. At the center ofContinue reading

Chinese garden seat pair

Chinese garden seat pair, these are in a more cinnamon colored red lacquerwork . The tops are garden views and the sides carry tendril and leafage designs much like the porcelain of the period. Restored.Continue reading

Chippendale side chairs, 18th century

   These mid -18th century mahogany side chairs would work well as a “companion” pair. This type has wonderful grace, boldness, and movement in the Chippendale form. Both are possibly New York. The shaped crestsContinue reading

Set of six Hepplewhite side chairs

Fine set of six late 18th or early 19th century carved mahogany with leafage carved crests on pierced and molded splats above well covered slip seats on square tapered legs with stretchers. The maker carefullyContinue reading

Chippendale armchair, 18th century–SOLD

    Chippendale armchair, 18th century. Mahogany with Gothic carving and pierced splat, height 39″,  w. 28.5″, d.23″. This is a large and handsome armchair. $1200.

18th century wing chair- SOLD

 18th century Chippendale wing chair with a light antique gold damask upholstery. Perfect for the quiet moments in front of the fireplace on a cold eve. H. 46″, w. 31″, d. 34″. You can stillContinue reading

Painted arrowback windsor

      A cousin to the yellow set is here in old decoration with craquelure. Arrowback form. Ca. 1800-1820.  H. 34″, w. 17″, d. 18″.  $125.

American “Pilgrim century” armchair

American “Pilgrim century” armchair, 17th or early 18th  century,  has bulbous finials, shaped slats over a rush seat flanked by boldly turned legs capped by mushroom handholds. Overall it carries a nice old finish. FeetContinue reading

British Empire Armchair, Ca. 1810-30

 British Empire Armchair, Ca. 1810-30.. Reeding outlines the shaped crest over a splat with leafage and rosette carving. Scroll arms rise above saber legs.  H. 34.5″, w. 21.5″, d. 21″.  $1050.