Federal Side Chairs

Early 19th Century American Windsor Chair
Early 19th Century American Windsor Chair
Antique 1820s American Federal Side Chairs
Hickory, Pine
An handsome rod back Windsor chair. Splats turned with bamboo hip detail. Hickory and pine with solid plank seats, American, circa 1830.
Pair of American Federal Side Chairs
Pair of American Federal Side Chairs
Antique 18th Century American Federal Side Chairs
Faux Bamboo
Pair of American Federal faux bamboo painted side chairs with spindle back and rush seat with cushion.    
Set of 12 English Regency Style Ebonized Side Chairs
Set of 12 English Regency Style Ebonized Side C...
Mid-20th Century American Federal Side Chairs
Upholstery, Wood
Set of 12 American Federal style (20th century) ebonized side chairs with fluted sides and a gilt carved eagle back with an upholstered seat.  
Set of Six American Federal Hitchcock Style Black Painted Side Chairs
Set of Six American Federal Hitchcock Style Bla...
Antique 18th Century American Federal Side Chairs
Set of six American Federal Hitchcock style black painted side chairs with floral decoration on back.  
Set of Four American Country Federal Style 19th C. Side Chairs
Set of Four American Country Federal Style 19th...
Antique 19th Century American Federal Side Chairs
Maple
Set of four American country federal style (19th century) tiger maple side chairs with a stretcher and rush seat.    
Two Unique Federal Tablet Backed Painted Side Chairs
Two Unique Federal Tablet Backed Painted Side C...
Antique 19th Century American Federal Side Chairs
Maple, Paint
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, Salem, Massachusetts, c. 1791
Federal Mahogany Carved Shield-back Side Chair,...
Samuel Field McIntire, Jacob Sanderson
Antique 18th Century and Earlier American Federal Chairs
Mahogany
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...
Pair of American Federal Painted Lyre Back Chairs
Pair of American Federal Painted Lyre Back Chairs
Antique 19th Century American Federal Side Chairs
Lyre back chairs emerged from the Classical Greek period, reflecting, stylistically, the curving shape of a lyre. In a furniture context, the design is often associated with the ...
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