Pair of black tubular legs and frame support
boxy, padded seat, arms, and button-tufted back in closely sheared, green velour. Fixed seat cushion; loose, reversible, back cushion. Splayed legs and exposed frame w/ diagonal back bracing give 360 degree interest. ...
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.
Made of satinwood, with colorful hand-painted designs, this
seat is both elegant and a bit whimsical. Features include a loose cushion seat, self welt trim and tie back design. Upholstered in Lee Jofa pale green cotton blend fabric.