Transitional Queen Anne Armchair


New England, probably Eastern Connecticut or a Massachusetts, ca. 1750-1770.
Fine condition, minor repair at left arm joint. Retains original red wash.
This rare form of an arm chair was commonly used in tavern rooms and were known as “fire-side chairs.” Although diminutive in its appearance, this chair is very comfortable. Having a shaped crest above a vasiform splat with foreshortened arms and a rush seat supported by turned legs with stretchers.

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ca. 1750-1770

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