Set of six D. R. Dimes fan-back Windsor dining chairs with Philadelphia style turned legs, saddle seats, and carved 'ears.' Two arms and four sides. Side chairs each measure 38" high at back, 17.5" high at seat, 24" wide at rail, and 16.5" deep. Pine, maple and oak. Excellent condition.
Set of 8 country French dining chairs, consisting of six sides and two arms. Classic provincial style with cabriole legs and lyre backs. Supremely comfortable, recently upholstered in heavy beige linen. Just in from a Lyme, CT, estate. Wonderful condition. The side chairs each measure 37.25 inches high to the back, 19.25 high to the seat, 15 inches wide at the back, 19.5 wide at the seat, and 17.5 deep. The arm chairs each measure 37.75 inches high to the back, 28.5 high to the arms, 19.5 high to the seats, 22.5 inches wide at the arms, 22.5 wide at the seats, and 20.5 deep.
Vintage set of 4 Warren Chair Works sack-back Windsor arm chairs in a gorgeous original matte gray blue color. These chairs are strong, comfortable, and very generously proportioned. Each chair measures 41 inches high to the back, 27.25 inches high to the arms, 17.5 inches high to the seats, 16.75 inches deep, and 25 inches wide at the arms.
Matching pair of Titchmars and Goodwin solid elm Windsor style rotating bar stools, or island chairs, with arms. Each chair measures 49 inches high to the back, 39 inches high to the arm, 29 inches high to the seats, 17.5 inches deep and 20.5 inches wide across the arms. Beautifully made, strong and comfortable.
This table was hand crafted by Jeffrey Greene of Newport, RI, approximately 20 years ago. It is an exact replica of an 18th century Boston Queen Anne style tea table made in beautifully figured maple. It features boldly shaped aprons and long, graceful cabriole legs ending in pad feet. The overhanging top has a molded edge. The table has a great amount of lift, in keeping with the design ideals of its day. The pegs are visible in the mortise-and-tenon frame joinery. Dimensions: 28½"h x 26"w x 18"d. Bio of Jeffrey Greene: Jeffrey Greene is a furniture maker specializing in 18th-century American designs. His expertise is in creating historically accurate replicas of important original pieces from museums and private collections. Greene is best known for his work in the manner of Newport, Rhode Island’s legendary cabinetmakers, the Townsends and Goddards. His pieces are crafted entirely by hand, employing all the methods of period cabinetmakers to guarantee authenticity of the design and structure. Greene’s furniture is made to order and is commissioned to stand among collections of original examples. He works alone to give each piece the full attention it requires and deserves. Greene is the author of American Furniture of the 18th Century: History, Technique, and Structure. For a similar example: Fairbanks & Bates p. 124