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A New Hampshire shaped tablet-top windsor side chair of mixed woods retaining its original polychrome-decorated surface. An exceptional example of an unusual form with a highly decor...

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Attributed to William F. Snyder, Mifflintown chairworks, Juniata County, Pennsylvania, this settee features extraordinary stenciled and free-hand paint decoration on a cream ground. ...

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