American, 18th century. A pair of country Chippendale chairs in black paint of peg construction, having serpentine shaped crests with well carved ears, pierced splats over rush seating, rising on marlborough legs with tapered rear stiles and stretcher support; ht. 39.5, wd. 20.5, dp. 19 in.
Provenance:Property from the Americana Collection of Dr. Dale and Ann Knight Gutman, Cincinnati, Ohio
Item is in very good condition for age. Minimal surface wear.
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