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DISTINGUISHED AMERICAN FURNITURE AND FOLK ART FROM THE COLLECTION OF ANNIE ABRAM AND STEVE NOVAK

The Nathaniel Hebard Exceptional Pair of Chippendale Carved Mahogany Side Chairs, Attributed to Felix Huntington (1749-1822), Norwich, Connecticut, Circa 1785
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1110

DISTINGUISHED AMERICAN FURNITURE AND FOLK ART FROM THE COLLECTION OF ANNIE ABRAM AND STEVE NOVAK

The Nathaniel Hebard Exceptional Pair of Chippendale Carved Mahogany Side Chairs, Attributed to Felix Huntington (1749-1822), Norwich, Connecticut, Circa 1785
Estimate
35,00045,000
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Details & Cataloguing

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The Nathaniel Hebard Exceptional Pair of Chippendale Carved Mahogany Side Chairs, Attributed to Felix Huntington (1749-1822), Norwich, Connecticut, Circa 1785
each retain their original leather upholstery and under-upholstery, one chair retains a paper label inscribed E. W. Hebbard Loan.
Height 37 5/8 in.
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Provenance

Nathaniel Hebard (1741-1803), Lebanon, Connecticut;
thus by decent through the family;
Clars Auction Gallery, Oakland, California;
Nathan Liverant and Son Antiques, LLC., Colchester, Connecticut.

Catalogue Note

For another Hebard family chair from the same set as this pair see Robert F. Trent and Nancy Lee Nelson, "A Catalogue of New London County Joined Chairs," The Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin 50:4 (Fall 1985),p. 161-3 no. 51.  For additional information on Felix Huntington see Thomas P. Kugelman, "Felix Huntington and the Furniture of Norwich, Connecticut, 1770–1800," American Furniture 2011, ed. Luke Beckerdite, (Milwaukee, WI, Chipstone Foundation, 2011), pp. 170-203.

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