Rare and Impressive Walnut Windsor Arm Chair
Description:

Although many of the elements of this armchair are typical of Philadelphia windsors, this one stands alone. Nicely carved ears flank the crest rail which connects to hickory spindles binding into a walnut riser joining two nicely shaped arms supported by elegant serpentine supports.  The walnut D-seat sits over boldly turned legs joined by an H-stretcher with vase and ring turnings terminating in ball feet.

Materials and Techniques:

Walnut chair with hickory spindles.

Condition:

The left front leg is an early replacement.

Origin: Philadelphia, PA
Date: c. 1760-70
Dimensions: Width 28.125” | Height 42.25” | Depth 24”
Price: SOLD
Rare and Impressive Walnut Windsor Arm Chair
Rare and Impressive Walnut Windsor Arm Chair
Rare and Impressive Walnut Windsor Arm Chair
Rare and Impressive Walnut Windsor Arm Chair