Pair of Italian chairs constructed with hand-tied coil
springs, and detailed with rose carvings on the tops and fluted legs. Newly refurbished woodwork and fabric (including internal materials). Seats, 18.25"H. Minor nicks and scratches.
Transitional Chippendale black-painted side chair, New England, 18th-century
(circa 1780); the shaped cresting and pierced vasiform splat continuing to a waxed cloth-upholstered seat and vase, block, and ring turnings. Seat, 16.5"H. Age wear.
French country-style chair well-constructed with hand-tied 8-way coil
springs in foundation. The wood and caning have been enhanced with hand-applied old white, clear wax, and slightly crackled finish. Newly upholstered in a heavy linen Ralph Lauren fabric. Seat, 19.5"H.