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Believed to have been made by Col. Samuel Sewall (1724-1814) of York.
Walnut. Yoke-shaped crest rail. Vase-shaped back splat. Cabriole front legs terminate in padded feet. Back legs taper slightly outwards. Central part of back leg tapered. 4 turned stretchers, 1 in center, 1 on each side & back. Balloon seat widens at front. Seat reupholstered with green fabric. Similar to set owned by Jonathan Sayward (1713-1797) of York.
About This Item
- Title: Queen Anne side chair, York, ca. 1730-1760
- Creator: Sewall, Samuel
- Creation Date: circa 1760
- Subject Date: circa 1760
- Town: York
- County: York
- State: ME
- Media: Walnut
- Dimensions: 107 cm x 57 cm x 53 cm
- Local Code: 1988.15
- Collection: Bequest of Alice Parsons
- Object Type: Physical Object
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P.O. Box 312, York, ME 03909
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