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Americana Furniture and Interiors
Pre-owned Kittinger Furniture, Kindel Furniture, Baker Furniture and Saybolt-Cleland Furniture

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ORIGINAL ANTIQUE CW180 SIDE CHAIR
FROM THE COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG FOUNDATION COLLECTION

As in the past, it gives us great pleasure to offer original antiques from the Williamsburg Foundation Collection. Originally acquired in 1935 by The Foundation, this exceptional English side chair dating to 1725 is one of a pair and demonstrates the height of the cabinetmaker's art with its elaborate details. After being on display for many years, this single side chair was deascensioned from the Williamsburg Collection with the other remaining in Colonial Williamsburg. This chair features a beautifully curved and scrolled serpentine crest rail. The curves are repeated in the shaped stiles that flank the broad, vase-shaped center splat with hand-carved scrolled volutes. The elegantly detailed trailing cabriole rear legs terminate in pad feet while the front legs with C-scroll and voluted knees terminate in an unusual five talon claw clasping the ball of the foot. Original documention from Colonial Williamsburg will be provided to the buyer.

Height 38″; Width 21 7/8″; Overall Depth 22 1/2″.

CW 180 WILLIAMSBURG SIDE CHAIR BY KITTINGER

This exceptional reproduction of a 1725 English side chair from the Williamsburg Collection demonstrates the height of the cabinetmaker's art. Capturing the elaborate details of the original, this chair features a beautifully curved and scrolled serpentine crest rail. The curves are repeated in the shaped stiles that flank the broad, vase-shaped center splat with hand-carved scrolled volutes. The elegantly detailed trailing cabriole rear legs terminate in pad feet while the front legs with C-scroll and voluted knees terminate in an unusual five talon claw clasping the ball of the foot. This very rare Williamsburg chair is truly a masterpiece and a must for the "Collector".

Height 38″; Width 21 7/8″; Overall Depth 22 1/2″.

CENTENNIAL BENCH MADE
INDEPENDENCE HALL SIGNER'S CHAIR

We are proud to offer this very rare, expertly crafted, bench made Centennial reproduction of America's iconic Signer's Chair in Independence Hall. Possessing all the details of the original, this reproduction has superior carving, a wonderfully aged finish, a beautifully gilded Rising Sun on the crest rail and fine upholstery work. This chair was formerly from a prominent Philadelphia Collection.

Height 61″; Arm Width 30 1/4″; Seat Depth 18 1/2″.

TJ2127 THOMAS JEFFERSON SIDE CHAIR
BY BIGGS/KITTINGER

This side chair exemplifies the Rococo style with the interlaced strapwork of its back splat. Made of mahogany, this reproduction chair copies the 1770 original used today in the tea room at Jefferson's Monticello. Strikingly beautiful when used as a single occasional chair or as a pair flanking a chest or table, this chair is extremely rare with only a limited number made.

Height 38 3/4″; Width 20″; Depth 20″.

D2125 BALEROY ROCOCO ARM CHAIR
BY KITTINGER

This outstanding reproduction of a Philadelphia Rococo arm chair was most likely made by William Savery an apprentice to the renowned chairmaker, Solomon Fussell. The antique, circa 1750-1765, displays the height of the cabinetmaker's art. With wonderful proportions and outstanding carving, this mahagony arm chair features sweeping arms, a gracefully voluted, dog-eared crestrail with a center carved shell, interlaced backsplat, carved center shell on the apron and beautiful shell carved cabriole legs terminating in ball and claw feet. This chair is without question the finest Rococo arm chair made by the Kittinger Furniture Company.

Height 41″; Width 28 3/4″; Overall Depth 25″.

NO. 209 BENJAMIN RANDOLPH SIDE CHAIR
BY SAYBOLT-CLELAND

The original from which this chair is reproduced was created by Benjamin Randolph, a noted Philadelphia chair maker. This fine example is made of mahogany and features exceptionally crisp carvings to the crest rail and flowing Gothic interlaced splat. The front seat rail also features a beautiful acanthus carved center medallion and not to be overlooked are the superb cabriole legs resting on ball and claw feet. This chair is made with true mortise and tenon construction.

Height 38″; Width 23 1/2″; Overall Depth 20 1/2″.

8842 WILLIAMSBURG PHILADELPHIA SIDE CHAIR
BY BAKER FURNITURE CO.

This side chair is considered the finest Rococo reproduction chair in the Williamsburg Collection. Its excellent proportions and outstanding carving are the hallmark of this Philadelphia chair. Made of mahogany, this chair features a gracefully voluted, dog-eared crestrail with a center carved cabochon, pierced and interlaced backsplat, carved center shell on the apron and beautiful acanthus carved cabriole legs terminating in ball and claw feet. This side chair, along with the matching 8843 arm chair pictured below, will make a most dramatic dining room setting.

Height 41 1/4″; Width 23″; Depth 22″.

8843 WILLIAMSBURG PHILADELPHIA ARM CHAIR
BY BAKER FURNITURE CO.

This arm chair is considered the finest Rococo reproduction chair in the Williamsburg Collection. Its excellent proportions and outstanding carving are the hallmark of this Philadelphia chair. Made of mahogany, this arm chair features sweeping arms, a gracefully voluted, dog-eared crestrail with a center carved cabochon, pierced and interlaced backsplat, carved center shell on the apron and beautiful acanthus carved cabriole legs terminating in ball and claw feet. This arm chair, along with the matching 8842 side chair pictured above, will make a most dramatic dining room setting.

Height 41 1/4″; Width 29″; Depth 23 1/2″.

83-072 WINTERTHUR PHILADELPHIA SIDE CHAIR
BY KINDEL FURNITURE COMPANY

This reproduction Queen Anne side chair, like its complementary arm chair pictured below, is an outstanding example of Philadelphia craftsmanship in the mid-eighteenth Century. As in the arm chair, it features beautifully hand-carved elements. This chair is perfect for a dining table or in any room setting.

Height 42 1/4″; Width 21″; Depth 20 1/2″.

83-073 WINTERTHUR PHILADELPHIA ARM CHAIR
BY KINDEL FURNITURE COMPANY

This chair with its flowing lines, fine carving and construction has been carefully copied from the original Philadelphia chair dating to 1740-1750. This chair exemplifies the fine art of the cabinetmaker featuring a serpentine crest rail with scallop shell and carved cabriole legs resting on ball and claw feet. This chair, with its complementary side chair pictured above, is perfect as a host and hostess chair at a dining table.

Height 42 1/2″; Width 26 3/4″; Depth 22 3/4″.

IRISH GEORGIAN OPEN ARM CHAIR
BY KINDEL FURNITURE COMPANY

This late Baroque chair of generous proportions is the perfect addition to any living area. It is particularly well suited for use at a desk chair.

Height 39″; Width 23″; Overall Depth 21″.

CW 16 WILLIAMSBURG SIDE CHAIR BY KITTINGER

This reproduction of an English antique, circa 1765, exemplifies the Rococo style with its interlaced strapwork splat. Its generous saddle seat, make this chair very comfortable and an excellent choice for seating at a gaming table or small dining table. The beauty of this chair will enhance any room setting.

Height 37 1/4″; Width 22″; Depth 21 1/2″.

CW 16A WILLIAMSBURG ARM CHAIR BY KITTINGER

Exemplifying the Rococo style with its interlaced strapwork splat, this reproduction of an English arm chair, circa 1765, features a graceful design with curved, flowing arms terminating in delicate carving. Its generous saddle seat makes this chair very comfortable. It is an excellent choice for seating at a gaming table or as a host or hostess chair at a dining table with the complementary side chair pictured above.

Height 37 1/4″; Width 24″; Depth 21 1/2″.

CW 17 WILLIAMSBURG SIDE CHAIR BY KITTINGER

A reproduction of a late 18th Century Philadelphia antique, this chair is a fine example of the fluid lines and simplicity of the Rococo style. Made of mahogany, this chair features interlacing ribbons to support the back, molded front legs with chamfered inside corners, swept back rear legs and a serpentine curved front rail. This beautiful and very comfortable chair can be used as a dining chair or by itself as an accent piece.

Height 37 1/2″; Width 22 1/2″; Overall Depth 23 3/4″.

CW 17 1/2 WILLIAMSBURG ARM CHAIR BY KITTINGER

This solid mahogany chair is a reproduction of a late 18th Centruy Philadelphia chair. It can be used at the end of a dining table or by itself as an accent piece.

Height 37 1/2″; Width 25″; Overall Depth 24 1/2″.

CW 46 WILLIAMSBURG SIDE CHAIR BY KITTINGER

This Rococo mahogany side chair is copied from a Philadelphia original, circa 1750-1780. As in the original, this chair features more delicate and refined qualities than most while retaining a vigorous display of detail including crisp carvings to the crestrail, an open splat and slender cabriole legs terminating in ball and claw feet.

Height 38 1/2″; Width 23″; Overall Depth 15 1/2″.

CW47 1/2 WILLIAMSBURG SIDE CHAIR BY KITTINGER

The original of this chair was made in England, circa 1765. This George III style, mahogany chair features an elegantly interlaced back splat and can be used either at a dining table with the the CW 47 Arm Chair shown below or at a desk.

Height 37 3/4″; Width 22 1/4″; Overall Depth 22″.

CW 47 WILLIAMSBURG ARM CHAIR BY KITTINGER

The original George III chair from which this reproduction was copied dates to 1765. It is made of mahogany and features an elegantly interlaced back splat and can be used either at a dining table or a desk.

Height 37 3/4 ″; Width 26″; Overall Depth 22 1/2″.

CW142 WILLIAMSBURG SIDE CHAIR BY KITTINGER

This Queen Anne reproduction side chair, with its excellent proportions, has long been a choice of the Williamsburg furniture devotee. It can be used alone or at a dining table with the CW142-A arm chair pictured below.

Height 40 1/2″; Width 21 1/4″; Overall Depth 20 1/2″.

CW142-A WILLIAMSBURG ARM CHAIR BY KITTINGER

This fine Queen Anne style chair, with its contoured back splat for comfort and its graceful arms and legs with scroll carved knees, would make a handsome head at any dining table. It can also be used at a desk. The original is English, circa 1740.

Height 40 1/2″; Width 24″; Overall Depth 22 3/4″; Arm Height 27 1/2″.

CW 146 WILLIAMSBURG SIDE CHAIR BY KITTINGER

This elaborate reproduction of a Philadelphia Queen Anne chair, circa 1740, demonstrates the height of the cabinetmaker's art. Its cone and heart pierced splat, shell carved crest rail with volutes and coordinating detail to the cabriole legs resting on trifid feet, make it a true American Masterpiece.

Height 43 1/4″; Width 20 1/4″; Overall Depth 20″.

CW151 WILLIAMSBURG ARM CHAIR BY KITTINGER

A reproduction of a circa 1740 English antique, this elegant Queen Anne arm chair with its flowing lines and graceful design features a solid contoured back splat, cabriole legs and scroll arms. This chair is perfect at the head of a dining table or as an accent piece.

Height 39 3/4″; Width 28″; Overall Depth 23 1/2″; Arm Height 27 1/4″.

D2124 BALEROY ARM CHAIR BY KITTINGER

This truly elegant arm chair is a reproduction of a Philadelphia Queen Anne chair, circa 1740-1750. The elaborate carving demonstrates the height of the cabinetmaker's art. It features sweeping arms, an elegant splat, shell carved crest rail with volutes and coordinating shell carved cabriole legs resting on trifet feet.

Height 42″; Width 32″; Overall Depth 22 3/4″.

QUEEN ANNE STYLE PHILADELPHIA ARM CHAIR
BY FRANKLIN MINT FURNITURE

This magnificent chair is a recreation of a Philadelphia Queen Anne arm chair chosen by Charles F. Montgomery, noted authority of colonial furniture, for inclusion in the international exhibition of the finest in American antiques held first at Yale University in 1976. Its graceful lines and sophisticated elegance mark it as a paramount example of the Philadelphia school and and with its elaborate carving demonstrates the height of the cabinetmaker's art. This chair features sweeping arms, an elegant splat, shell carved crest rail with volutes and coordinating shell carved cabriole legs resting on trifet feet. An original antique example of this chair set a new world's sales record when it sold for over $2 million.

Height 45 1/8″; Width 32 3/8″; Overall Depth 23 7/8″.

D603 SIDE CHAIR BY KITTINGER

The interlaced strapwork of the back splat exemplifies this Rococo style chair. Made of solid mahogany, this chair, with its clean lines, has been adapted from an English antique, circa 3rd quarter 18th Century. The matching arm chair is shown below.

Height 38″; Width 22″; Depth 22″.

D703 ARM CHAIR BY KITTINGER

This adaptation of an early Williamsburg Rococo style chair, CW 73, is attractive in its simplicity of design, enhanced only by a pierced and interlaced back splat and saddle seat. It is both sturdy and comfortable and can be used as part of a dining set with D603 Side Chair shown above, by itself or at a desk.

Height 38″; Width 23 1/2″; Depth 23″; Arm Height 27″.

D7603 SIDE CHAIR BY KITTINGER

The interlaced strapwork of the back splat exemplifies this Rococo style chair which has been adapted from an English antique, circa 3rd quarter 18th Century. The matching arm chair is shown below.

Height 38″; Width 22″; Depth 22″.

D7703 ARM CHAIR BY KITTINGER

This Rococo style chair, with its interlaced back splat and curved flowing arms, is adapted from an English antique dating to the 3rd quarter of the 18th Century.

Height 38″; Width 23 1/2″; Depth 23″; Arm Height 27″.

HN21 HISTORIC NEWPORT SIDE CHAIR
BY KITTINGER

Part of a private collection in Newport, the original of this Hepplewhite period side chair was faithly reproduced by Kittinger. Made of mahogany, this Hepplewhite chair is characterized by its graceful shield shaped back with a carved center urn in the splat and its fluted tapered legs. Handsomely upholstered in a Scalamandre' satin stripe with a swag nailhead trim, this chair is in pristine condition and would make the perfect addition to the most elegant dining room. The matching arm chair HN21-A is shown below.

Height 38 1/2″; Width 21 1/4″; Overall Depth 20 1/2″.

HN21-A HISTORIC NEWPORT ARM CHAIR
BY KITTINGER

Part of a private collection in Newport, the original of this Hepplewhite period arm chair was faithly reproduced by Kittinger. Made of mahogany, this Hepplewhite chair is characterized by its graceful shield shaped back with a carved center urn in the splat, sculputured arms and its fluted tapered legs. Handsomely upholstered in a Scalamandre' satin stripe with a swag nailhead trim, this chair is in pristine condition and would make the perfect addition to the most elegant dining room. The matching side chair HN21 is shown above.

Height 38 1/2″; Width 23″; Overall Depth 20 1/2″.

UC720 SIDE CHAIR BY KITTINGER

This well proportioned Queen Anne reproduction side chair is made of solid mahogany and features a stylish vase-shaped splat. It can be used alone or at a dining table with the UC720-A arm chair shown below.

Height 40 1/2″; Width 20 1/2″; Depth 22″.

UC720-A ARM CHAIR BY KITTINGER

This reproduction Queen Anne arm chair made of solid mahogany features a simple but stylish vase-shape splat and graceful arms and legs. This chair is comfortable as well as beautiful and is perfect at the head of a dining table or at a desk.

Height 40 1/2″; Width 29″; Depth 22 3/4″.

WA1019 WILLIAMSBURG SIDE CHAIR BY KITTINGER

This Queen Anne style mahogany chair is elegant in its simplicity. It is copied from the Williamsburg antiques collection dating to the 2nd quarter of the 18th Century and at a dining table is paired with the WA1119 Arm Chair shown below.

Height 38″; Width 21 1/4″; Overall Depth 21 1/2″.

WA1119 WILLIAMSBURG ARM CHAIR BY KITTINGER

This reproduction Queen Anne, mahogany chair is stylishly simple. It is copied from the Williamsburg antiques collection dating to the 2nd quarter of the 18th Century.

Height 38″; Width 26″; Overall Depth 23 1/2″; Arm Height 28 1/4″.

WA1148 WILLIAMSBURG ARM CHAIR BY KITTINGER

Adapted from a Rococo chair made in Virginia, circa 1760-1780, this mahogany saddle seat arm chair is both comfortable and sturdy. Its beautiful clean lines feature a simple pierced back splat. This chair is perfect at a desk or as an occasional chair.

Height 37 1/2″; Width 25″; Overall Depth 21 1/4″; Arm Height 27 1/4″.

QUEEN ANNE SIDE CHAIR BY SAYBOLT-CLELAND

This reproduction of a William Savery Philadelphia Queen Anne compass seat side chair, circa 1740, is beautifully crafted in walnut as the original. As in the antique, this chair's graceful design features a yoke crest, spooned back, solid splat and cabriole legs terminating in carved slipper feet. William Savery, noted Philadelphia cabinetmaker, is most well known for his chairs with some examples currently bringing in excess of $2 million. This beautiful set, which includes the arm chair shown below, presents a rare opportunity to acquire infrequently offered chairs of the highest quality at an affordable price.

Height 40 3/4″; Width 20″; Overall Depth 21″.

QUEEN ANNE ARM CHAIR BY SAYBOLT-CLELAND

As in the side chair shown above, this Queen Anne arm chair is a reproduction of a William Savery Philadelphia chair and expresses the height of 18th Century craftsmanship. Its graceful symmetry features expert modeling of the horizontal arms with beautifully carved voluted knuckles. As in the original, the seat rails are fully mortised through the rear stiles. This beautiful set, which includes the side chair shown above, presents a rare opportunity to acquire infrequently offered chairs of the highest quality at an affordable price.

Height 40 3/4″; Width 31 1/2″; Overall Depth 21″; Arm Height 27 1/2″.

DEVON ARM CHAIR BY SAYBOLT-CLELAND

This fine reproduction of an English Rococo arm chair, circa 1755, is made of solid mahogany. The interlaced strapwork of the splat and flowing arms enhance the robust proportion and character of this chair.

Height 38 1/4″; Width 27″; Overall Depth 23″.

CW205 WILLIAMSBURG COATES ARM CHAIR BY STICKLEY

This reproduction of a late Baroque style Philadelphia arm chair, originally owned by the Coates family, is a true masterpiece. This chair captures all the fine details of the antique including the thumb-molded balloon shaped seat with recessed shell, voluted and acanthus carved knees, voluted knuckled arms, vase-shaped back splat and double S-scrolled crest rail. Any room setting will be enhanced by this chair.

Height 42″; Width 31″; Overall Depth 22 1/2″; Arm Height 29 1/2″.

CW 85 WILLIAMSBURG BOW-BACK WINDSOR ARM CHAIR
BY KITTINGER

Due to the complexities of making this bow-back Windsor arm chair, it is one of only a limited number of Windsor style chairs ever made for the Colonial Williamsburg Reproduction Program. This particular chair is taken from a New England original, circa 1780-1800. Made of ash and maple, with a pine seat, with its proportions and workmanship, this chair is both beautiful and comfortable. This chair features wonderful turnings on the legs and splats with knuckle arms. This very rare Williamsburg chair is an appropriate and welcome addition to any room setting.

Height 41″; Width 26″; Overall Depth 21″.

2014P WILLIAMSBURG WINDSOR CHAIR
BY ELDRED WHEELER

Due to the complexities of making this bow-back Windsor chair, it is one of only a limited number of Windsor style chairs ever made for the Colonial Williamsburg Reproduction Program. This particular chair is taken from a Rhode Island original, circa 1780-1800. Made of ash and maple, with a pine seat and mahogany arms, the proportions and authentic period paint make this chair both beautiful and very comfortable. This chair would be an appropriate and welcome addition to any room setting.

Height 39″; Width 21 1/2″; Overall Depth 20″.

No. 100 KENNETT SQUARE COMB-BACK WINDSOR CHAIR
BY SAYBOLT-CLELAND

This superlative reproduction windsor is taken from a Pennsylvania antique, circa 1750. Made of hickory with an ash seat, this comb-back windsor chair, with its perfect proportions and uncomprising quality construction, features hand-carved volutes to the crest rail and crisply turned legs terminating in a blunt-arrow foot.

Height 45″; Width 26 1/4″; Overall Depth 24″.

NO. 102 WILSON WINDSOR CHAIR BY SAYBOLT-CLELAND

Copied from an original Philadelphia antique, circa 1790, this chair features bold bamboo turnings and the general proportions show the handy work of one of the best makers from the period.

Height 35″; Width 23″; Overall Depth 23 1/2″.

NO. 201 WINTERTHUR GREENWICH GARDEN CHAIR
BY WOOD, METAL & LOVE

The perfect enhancement to a garden or patio setting, this elegant chair is a reproduction of a mid-19th Century design. Made of heavy, hand-forged iron with a black light verdigris wash, this chair offers beauty and comfort as well as durability and uncompromising quality no longer found in pieces made today.

Height 36 1/4″; Width 25 3/8″; Depth 22 3/4″.

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