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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
D2125 BALEROY ROCOCO ARM CHAIR
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″.
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″.
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″.
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″.
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″.
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″.
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 second quarter of the 18th Century.
Height 38″; Width 26″; Overall Depth 23 1/2″; Arm Height 28 1/4″.
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″.
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