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Arts and Crafts Period Oak Lattice Fretworked Armchair


Arts and Crafts period oak lattice fretwork armchair. Probably made in the United States at the beginning of the 20th century, this rare and unusual armchair has the typical geometric form of an Arts and Crafts style armchair but with turned posts and ball finials. This type of lattice fretwork was frequently used by architects such as Grosvenor Atterbury as seen in the staircase balustrade of his former home on the corner of East 70th Street and Lexington Avenue where the Hayward Hopper Store is currently located.


  • Dimensions

    H 35.5 in. x W 24 in. x D 25.5 in.

    H 90.17 cm x W 60.96 cm x D 64.77 cm

  • Seat height
    18 in. (45.72 cm)
  • Seller location
    New York, NY
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