A Set of Classical Chairs
This large set of nine chairs is in excellent condition and exhibit details associated with some of the finest Boston examples. These chairs are attributed to the firm of Sherlock Spooner and George Trask based on the survival of an almost identical matching set of chairs made for Barnabus Hedge of Plymouth. One of those chairs is illustrated on page 81 of Harbor & Home: Furniture of Southern Massachusetts, 1710-1850. The chairs have saber legs front and back and moldings cover all the stiles and seat rails. Each curved crest rail has a panel of crotch mahogany veneer and is punctuated with carved acanthus leaves on either side. The back splats are composed of undulating scrolls centering a carved rosette. Offered by Charles Clark
- Depth: 20 Width: 19 Height: 32.5
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