This chair is quite unusual for have conical arm supports. The vast majority of leather upholstered or banister back chairs have ball-and-baluster supports. A banister back chair with conical arm support is in the collection the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (acc. no. 63.1046) (Richard H. Randall, Jr., American Furniture in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, (Boston, MA: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, 1965), p. 161, no. 125). Another nearly identical chair is illustrated in Wallace Nutting, Furniture Treasury, (New York: MacMillan Co., 1928), no. 1927. Other chairs with conical supports are illustrated in Erik K. Gronning, “Luxury of Choice: Boston’s Early Baroque Seating Furniture,” American Furniture 2018, ed. Luke Beckerdite, (Milwaukee, WI: Chipstone Foundation, 2018), figs. 38, 99, 101, and 107.