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

For Sale: Seating

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CW147 WILLIAMSBURG FOOTSTOOL BY KITTINGER

Pefect when used as a footstool or for occasional seating, this exact reproduction of an English antique, circa 1740, is crafted in solid mahogany.

Height 17″; Width 17″; Depth 21 1/2″.

83-145 WINTERTHUR NEW YORK OTTOMAN
BY KINDEL FURNITURE COMPANY

This superbly crafted ottoman bench is adapted from an original Duncan Phyfe New York lolling ottoman chair dating to 1810-1820. Made of solid mahogany with Kindel's premier No. 25 Preservation Finish, this ottoman bench features a beautiful curvilinear shape with reeding to the side crestrails and is covered in its original antique ivory moray fabric. Often referred to as a Curule Ottoman Bench or X Bench, this form dates back to the time of Julius Caesar and has maintained its popularily over the centuries. Even today, this form of ottoman bench is used in the most traditional and dramatic home interiors.

Height 17 3/4″; Width 23 1/2″; Depth 20″.

WA1016 WILLIAMSBURG BENCH BY KITTINGER

Taken from an English antique, circa 1760, the Rococo style bench, with its clean lines, is made of solid mahogany. This bench can be used as an extra seat, footstool or at a dressing table.

Height 16 3/4″; Width 19 3/4″; Depth 15 3/4″.
2 Available

83-144 WINTERTHUR NEW YORK LOLLING CHAIR
WITH MATCHING LOLLING OTTOMAN
BY KINDEL FURNITURE COMPANY

This superbly crafted lolling chair and bench are adapted from Duncan Phyfe, New York originals dating to 1810-1820 on display at the Winterthur Museum. Also known as the American Campeche chair, these pieces were adapted from an earlier chair tracing back to the Yucatan Peninsula and originally imported into the Port of Louisiana. Popular in the "Old South" plantation culture, because of their extreme level of comfort, this chair and ottoman were the favorites of both President Madison and President Jefferson with their originals still on display at Montpelier and Monticello. Both pieces are made of solid mahogany with Kindel's premier No. 25 Preservation Finish. This lolling chair features reeding on the scroll back, the padded arm and arm supports. The curvilinear shape of this chair with the X shaped base dates back even earlier to the ancient Roman magistrates' chair. Today, this lolling chair and ottoman can be used either in a formal or informal setting. They are particularly well suited for a Florida Room. This lolling chair is sold as a set with the lolling ottoman shown below.

Height 40″; Width 25 5/8″; Depth 31″.

83-145 WINTERTHUR NEW YORK LOLLING OTTOMAN
WITH MATCHING LOLLING CHAIR
BY KINDEL FURNITURE COMPANY

This superbly crafted lolling chair and ottoman bench are adapted from Duncan Phyfe, New York originals dating to 1810-1820 on display at the Winterthur Museum. Also known as the American Campeche chair, these pieces were adapted from an earlier chair tracing back to the Yucatan Peninsula and originally imported into the Port of Louisiana. Popular in the "Old South" plantation culture, because of their extreme level of comfort, this chair and ottoman were the favorites of both President Madison and President Jefferson with their originals still on display at Montpelier and Monticello. Both pieces are made of solid mahogany with Kindel's premier No. 25 Preservation Finish. This lolling ottoman features a beautiful curvilinear shape with reeding to the side crest rails. Often referred to as a Curule Ottoman Bench or X Bench, this form dates back to the time of Julius Caesar. Today, this lolling chair and ottoman can be used either in a formal or informal setting. They are particularly well suited for a Florida Room. This ottoman bench is sold as a set with the lolling chair shown above.

Height 17 3/4″; Width 20/8″; Depth 23 1/2″.

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″.
One Available in Natural and One in Green Antiqued Paint

NO. 310 CHIPPENDALE WING CHAIR
BY KINDEL FURNITURE COMPANY

This handsome easy chair is a reproduction of an original Philadelphia antique, circa 1760, from the Robb Collection. Featuring superlatively carved acanthus leaves on the knees and robust ball and claw feet, this generously proportioned chair is noted for its exceptional form and comfort. Beautiful when viewed from all angles, this chair with its "As New" flame stich fabric makes an outstanding addition to any room setting.

Height 46 1/4″; Width 38″; Overall Depth 36 1/4″; Arm Height 26″.

HN 9 HISTORIC NEWPORT WING CHAIR BY KITTINGER

This magnificent wing chair is a reproduction from the Historic Newport Collection. This chair, with its more than generous proportions, make it perfect for large scale rooms. It features gracefully scrolled wings, arms, and crest rail as well as beautifully carved shell knees and ball and claw feet. It also has a finely turned stretcher base. This chair is upholstered in "As New" blue damask fabric.

Height 49″; Width 36″; Overall Depth 31 3/4″; Arm Height 26 1/4″.
2 Available

CW 12 WILLIAMSBURG WING CHAIR BY KITTINGER

The original of this chair is American, third quarter 18th Century. Its beautiful stop-fluting to the legs suggests that it is of Newport, Rhode Island origin.

Height 45 1/2″; Width 31″; Overall Depth 28″; Arm Height 25 1/2″.

CW 44 WILLIAMSBURG WING CHAIR BY KITTINGER

Based on an antique of New England origin, circa 1750, the overall dimensions of this chair offer comfortable seating and good looks.

Height 46″; Width 36 1/2″; Overall Depth 33 1/2″; Arm Height 25 1/2″.

CW 104 WILLIAMSBURG EASY CHAIR BY KITTINGER

This handsome easy chair is a reproduction of an original antique, circa 1745. It features elegantly carved acanthus leaves on the knees and ball and claw feet. This chair makes a beautiful addition to any room setting.

Height 44″; Width 33″; Overall Depth 31 1/2″; Arm Height 26 1/2″.
2 Available

CW163 WILLIAMSBURG EASY CHAIR BY KITTINGER

This reproduction of a circa 1720 English chair features gracefully curved arms, carved front cabriole legs accented by a beaded edge outlining the knee and distinctive S-shaped rear legs. This chair offers both beauty and comfort.

Height 49″; Width 32 1/2″; Depth 32 1/4″; Arm Height 26 1/4″.
2 Available

CW 305 WILLIAMSBURG WING CHAIR BY KITTINGER

This outstanding Federal period wing chair, also known as an easy chair, is an exacting reproduction of the Baltimore cabinetmaker original dating to the end of the 18th Century. A very rare Williamsburg reproduction, this chair was a piece originally displayed in the Coke-Garrett House. Made of mahogany, this robust chair has checkered inlay banding along the front and sides of the skirt with beautifully tapered legs decorated with an inlay bellflower motif surrounded by string inlay and cuff banding on the lower leg. The inlay work is made of boxwood. Not only does this chair have elegant proportions but it is exceedingly comfortable. In outstanding original condition, this chair is upholstered in Williamsburg Antique Blue Lackawana Leather with individual nail head trim.

Height 44 1/2″; Width 31 3/4″; Overall Depth 33″; Arm Height 26 1/2″.

SV55 OLD STURBRIDGE VILLAGE REPRODUCTION
WING CHAIR BY KITTINGER

This authentic reproduction is derived from a New England antique, circa 1790. It is not only comfortable but its elegant lines are enhanced by graceful legs and stretcher base.

Height 45 1/2″; Width 29 3/4″; Overall Depth 29 1/4″; Arm Height 24 3/4″.
2 Available

WF1412/WA1012 WILLIAMSBURG EASY CHAIR BY KITTINGER

This chair with its serpentine shape, straight sturdy legs and side wings is both beautiful and comfortable. The late Rococo design is taken from a New England antique, circa 1760-1790.

Height 45″; Width 32″; Overall Depth 32″; Arm Height 24″.
2 Available

U559 OCCASIONAL CHAIR BY KITTINGER

This chair is an excellent example of the English Regency style with its clean, classic lines. Made of mahogany, this chair features a continuous arm-crest rail and is covered in all original, pristine condition Lakawanna leather with nailhead trim. This chair is beautiful as well as comfortable and can be used at a desk or as an occasional chair.

Height 31 3/4″; Width 27″; Overall Depth 24 3/4″.

CW43 WILLIAMSBURG ARM CHAIR BY KITTINGER

A reproduction of an English Rococo gentleman's smoking chair, circa 1760, this chair offers comfort and style with a continuous crest rail and padded back, arms and seat. It can be used in various room settings and is also well suited at a desk or writing table. This chair is expertly upholstered in Williamsburg gold leather.

Height 34″; Width 29″; Depth 24 1/2″; Arm Height 29 1/2″.
2 Available

CW 67 WILLIAMSBURG SIDE CHAIR BY KITTINGER

This chair exemplifies shaping and symmetry in the late Baroque period. A reproduction of an English antique, circa 1725, this graceful chair features cabriole leg C-scrolls with rich gold-leaf shell and bellflower motifs. This chair adds elegance to any room.

Height 41 1/2″; Width 22 1/4″; Overall Depth 24 1/4″.
4 Available

8942 WILLIAMSBURG BACK STOOL
BY BAKER FURNITURE COMPANY

This superlative reproduction of an 18th Century English Rococo back stool is considered one of the finest in the Colonial Williamsburg Collection. The term back stool was originally used during the early Baroque period when backs were added to stools for seating comfort. Unlike earlier examples of this form, this particular side chair displays advanced styling with the use of robust acanthus leaf carved front legs terminating in ball and talon feet. The rear trailing legs feature a design interpretation of the English Gainsborough library chair. This exact chair was featured in the Baker Furniture 1997 Williamsburg Reproduction Furniture Catalog. OFFERED AS MATCHED SET WITH ARM CHAIR SHOWN BELOW.

Height 37 3/8″; Width 24″; Depth 24 3/4″.
4 Available

8943 WILLIAMSBURG BACK STOOL WITH ARMS
BY BAKER FURNITURE COMPANY

This superlative reproduction of an 18th Century English Rococo back stool is considered one of the finest in the Colonial Williamsburg Collection. The term back stool was originally used during the early Baroque period when backs were added to stools for seating comfort. Unlike earlier examples of this form, this particular side chair displays advanced styling with the use of robust acanthus leaf carved front legs terminating in ball and talon feet. The rear trailing legs feature a design interpretation of the English Gainsborough library chair. The beautiful sweeping arms with carved voluted knuckles enhance both the style and comfort of this chair. This exact chair was featured in the Baker Furniture 1997 Williamsburg Reproduction Furniture Catalog. OFFERED AS MATCHED SET WITH SIDE CHAIR SHOWN ABOVE.

Height 38 3/8″; Arm Height 26 3/4″; Width 27 7/8″; Depth 26 3/4″.
Pair Available

WF1440/WA1040 WILLIAMSBURG OPEN ARM CHAIR BY KITTINGER

Inspired by a New England antique, circa 1770-1790, this chair offers comfort in a traditional design. It rests on straight Marlborough legs and arms terminating in volutes.

Height 41″; Width 27 1/2″; Depth 22 3/4″; Arm Height 24 3/4″.

U570 "GARVAN COLLECTION" OPEN ARM CHAIR BY KITTINGER

This chair is an approved reproduction from the Garvan Collection at Yale University Art Gallery. Like the original American antique, circa 1770, this Rococo style chair is defined by its superb proportions, molded legs, rectangular stretchers, and raked back. This chair is made of mahogany.

Height 42 3/4″; Width 27 1/2″; Overall Depth 30″; Arm Height 25 3/4″.
2 Available

U583 "WHITE HOUSE" CHAIR BY KITTINGER

This superlative reproduction of an English Rococo library chair, circa 1770, is in the Oval Office of the White House. This chair offers both comfort and beauty. It features gracefully carved drop arms, a commodious seat, and acanthus carved cabriole legs terminating in ball and claw feet. This fine chair will enhance the most demanding of room settings.
HISTORY: It should be noted that this chair is derived from the English Gainsborough chair which was named for the chair often used by renowned artist, Thomas Gainsborough, in his paintings.

Height 39 3/4″; Width 31″; Depth 30″; Arm Height 26 1/8″.

CW 136 WILLIAMSBURG CORNER CHAIR BY KITTINGER

This is a reproduction of a Philadelphia chair dating to circa 1750-1775 and is a study in fine turnings and joinery. This versatile chair is often used at a desk but may be used anywhere in the home.

Height 31 1/4″; Width 26″; Overall Depth 26″; Arm Height 29 3/4″.
2 Available

CW152 WILLIAMSBURG OPEN ARM CHAIR
BY KITTINGER

This reproduction of an English antique, circa 1760-1770, was copied in precise detail from one in the Williamsburg Collection. This highly unusual chair, which can be used in home or office, features square legs, rectangular stretchers and simple curved arms.

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

CW304 WILLIAMSBURG HEPPLEWHITE CHAIR BY KITTINGER

The Neoclassical style of this chair evolved from the Martha Washing Lolling Chair and reflects the features desired in post-Revolutionary America. A faithful reproduction of the, circa 1800, New England Hepplewhite original, this chair has wonderful clean lines and refined styling as well as the added comfort of its padded and rolled arms. From the 1973 Williamsburg Federal Collection, this chair is upholstered in its original rich brown leather dating to the premier of the Collection. This chair is perfect for both home and office use.

Height 44 1/4″; Width 28 1/4″; Overall Depth 26 1/2″; Arm Height 25″.
2 Available

WF1411/WA1011 WILLIAMSBURG OPEN ARM CHAIR
BY KITTINGER

Copied from a Rococo open arm chair, circa 1750-1765, this chair is not only beautiful but extremely comfortable. Its neat clean lines feature Marlborough legs and curved arms supports.

Height 39″; Width 24″; Overall Depth 27 1/4″; Arm Height 24 1/4″.

WF1425/WA1025 WILLIAMSBURG OPEN ARM CHAIR BY KITTINGER

This Rococo open arm chair is a copy of an American chair, circa 1770. It can be used in a study, den or office. For comfort, this chair has been adapted with a deeper seat and boldly raked back.

Height 43 1/2″; Width 27 3/4″; Overall Depth 27 1/4″.

WF1456/WA1056 WILLIAMSBURG OPEN ARM CHAIR BY KITTINGER

Adapted from a New England back stool, circa 1760-1775, this outstanding Rococo style open arm chair is beautifully proportioned and designed. Made of mahogany, the chair features the classic serpentine crest rail. The upholstered arms allow for a wider back and deeper seat for added comfort. This chair can be used in a study, den or office. It can also be used as the host and hostess chairs for dining.

Height 37 3/4″; Width 24 1/2″; Overall Depth 25 1/2″; Arm Height 26″.
2 Available

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