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VERY FINE & RARE CHIPPENDALE CARVED & FIGURED MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIR, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, CIRCA 1770 – Slipseat & chair mared III & V, respectively, Height 37 ¼ in. This elaborate splat design, inspired from Plate IX in William Ince & John Mayhew 1762 publication 'The Universal System of Household Furniture' & carving sets them apart from other Philadelphia Chippendale seating furniture. A chair from the same set is in the Yale University Art Museum.

VERY FINE & RARE CHIPPENDALE CARVED & FIGURED MAHOGANY SIDE CHAIR, PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA, CIRCA 1770 – Slipseat & chair mared III & V, respectively, Height 37 ¼ in. This elaborate splat design, inspired from Plate IX in William Ince & John Mayhew 1762 publication 'The Universal System of Household Furniture' & carving sets them apart from other Philadelphia Chippendale seating furniture. A chair from the same set is in the Yale University Art Museum.

Side Chair -  Attributed to Thomas Affleck, American (born Scotland), 1740 – 1795.   Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Date: 1765-1770.   Walnut, yellow pine.  Dimensions: 40 3/16 x 22 1/16 x 22 7/16 inches (102.1 x 56 x 57 cm)

Side Chair - Attributed to Thomas Affleck, American (born Scotland), 1740 – 1795. Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Date: 1765-1770. Walnut, yellow pine. Dimensions: 40 3/16 x 22 1/16 x 22 7/16 inches (102.1 x 56 x 57 cm)

A Very Fine Queen Anne Carved and Figured Walnut Rounded-Stile Compass-Seat Side Chair, possibly by the Henry Cliffton and Thomas Carteret shop, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, circa 1760. Sotheby's

A Very Fine Queen Anne Carved and Figured Walnut Rounded-Stile Compass-Seat Side Chair, possibly by the Henry Cliffton and Thomas Carteret shop, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, circa 1760. Sotheby's

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