|New York, ca. 1770-1800. Oak, hickory, maple, and poplar. 19th century black paint with yellow freehand decoration over the original gray and green paint. This rare and important chair is a unique example of form and displays elements of chair making found both in Philadelphia and New York. OH 43-1/2 in. x SH 17-1/4 in.
Illustrated: The Windsor Style in America, Vol. II, by Charles Santore, pg. 70, fig. 40.