Set of Chippendale mahogany dining chairs crafted in Boston.
- Sold as a set of 6.
- Design flowing from the crest rail to black splat is an adaptation from plate 14 of Thomas Chippendale's Gentleman and Cabinet-Maker's Director (1754).
- Two front cabriole legs terminating in pad feet.
- Red silk upholstered seats with floral motif.
- Secondary woods: Birch, maple.
Descended in the Winslow and Warren Families of Massachusetts; Israel Sack, Inc.; Private Collection, New York.
Some with loss to blocking including some with age cracks.
Two chairs with a single knee return replaced.
Height: 37 inches / 93.98 cm
Width: 22 inches / 55.88 cm
Depth: 18 inches / 45.72 cm
Mahogany, Birch, Maple, Silk
Country of Origin