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armchair with view of Ithaca Falls; Chairmaker unidentified; decoration probably by R.H. Ranney (dates unknown) Ithaca, New York c. 1817–1825 Paint, bronze-powder stenciling, and gold leaf on wood, with rush seat 37 3/4 x 21 x 16 1/2 in. American Folk Art Museum

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Alvar Aalto: Early cantilevered armchair with stepped base, model no. 31, designed for the Tuberculosis Sanatorium, Paimio, 1929-1933.

JACQUES ADNET Rare small cabinet, ca. 1928 Wood, original chrome-plated tubular metal. 29 3/4 x 19 1/4 x 15 in. (75.5 x 49.8 x 38 cm.)

1763-1764 German (Würzburg) Settee at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - From the curators' comments: "In Germany the Rococo style was based on French prototypes and enriched by native Baroque traditions. This extraordinary piece is part of a set of four side chairs, two armchairs, and two settees made for the Franckenstein Pavilion in the gardens of Seehof Castle, near Bamberg."