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Set of American Hand-Painted Caned Furniture, B...
Antique Early 19th Century American Federal Benches
Possibly New York or Philadelphia. Pine. Consists of a bench with cane seat, hand-painted crest rail and slats, measuring 33 1/8" high x 74 5/8" long x 23 3/8" deep; p...
Federal Mahogany Lolling Chair, Massachusetts, ...
Antique Early 19th Century American Federal Armchairs
Hepplewhite design with mahogany molded arms and tapered legs, H-stretcher. Newly upholstered in red damask.
Rare Classical Federal Upholstered Armchair, Ma...
Antique 19th Century American Federal Bergere Chairs
Sofas of this form are relatively common compared to the armchair, which is almost never seen. It has its original casters and we have opened one of the panels in the back, evidencin...
Classical Mahogany Tub Chair, New York or Phila...
Antique 19th Century American Federal Armchairs
This chair is beautifully sculpted in form and design. Note the scrolled arms that reach out and the deeply carved acanthus just below. The seat has a bowed front and all legs are on...
Federal Style Armchair in Muslin
Early 20th Century American Federal Chairs
This vintage Federal Style armchair is newly upholstered in muslin. Mahogany frame newly painted in a grey finish. The cushion is made up of an extremely comfortable 50-50 down and f...
CLOSE OUT SALE: Vintage Carved Wood Children Chair
Vintage 1970s North American Federal Chairs
Offered by the Antique Textiles Galleries: Vintage Chippendale style carved wood children chair Children’s chair in vintage carved wood and re-upholstered in a gold silk Damask texti...
Two Unique Federal Tablet Backed Painted Side C...
Antique 19th Century American Federal Side Chairs
Two tablet backed side chairs in the Federal style, maple, paint, cane seat. One painted yellow with eagle motif on the tablet, the other painted black with floral still life featur...
Federal Mahogany Carved Shield-back Side Chair,...
Samuel Field McIntire, Jacob Sanderson
Antique 18th Century and Earlier American Federal Chairs
Federal Mahogany Carved Shield-back Side Chair, Salem, Massachusetts, circa 1791, attributed to Salem cabinetmaker Jacob Sanderson (1757-1810) with carving attributed to Samuel McInt...
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