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Most museums and advanced collectors would agree that this tenoned arm Windsor is without equal. Note the solid mahogany arms, the pinched in legs and the pipestem-turned spindles (nine rather than the usual seven). These are all typical of Rhode Island chair makers at their very best.
Victorian black over the original green.
C. 1780-1800, and in pristine condition. See Santore "Windsor Style in America" Vol. I # 138 for a similar example.
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Furniture<br>Furniture Archives<br>SOLD  A Perfect Chair
Furniture<br>Furniture Archives<br>SOLD  A Perfect Chair
Furniture<br>Furniture Archives<br>SOLD  A Perfect Chair

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