Colonial Brewster-style armchair. Spindle turning on all members, including areas beneath armrest.
Colonial cupboard with canted corners from oak, pine and maple: all native of New England. Bulbous forms, split spindles, geometrical patterning: found on Elizabethan-style furniture
Figure 277 (Asian looking bed - yellow bedding)
Black & Gold lacquered bed from Chippendale workshop. 1755. Chinese influence: pagoda top, dragon finials, & framework head board.
Colonial Butterfly Table. Wing shaped supports.
William & Mary style highboy
Windsor Armchair. American comb back, spindles on back, saddle seat.
American High Chest, mahogany.
American lowboy, maple. Queen Anne style: shell motif, spanish foot and slight pad.
American Chippendale side chair. claw and ball feet, splat knee
American desk/bookcase (Chippendale). End of Colonial Period. The Director: scrolled pediment with pierced carving, dentil molding in the frieze area, mirrored doors flanked by Ionic pilasters. claw & ball feet, brass finial in shape of eagle on top.
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