Two Important Federal Lolling Chairs, One Bearing the Label of Lemuel Churchill, Boston, Massachusetts, circa 1805.
Furniture - American
These masterfully proportioned lolling chairs represent the most refined examples produced in Boston during the Federal era. The flared lines of the back, the delicately shaped arms and subtle molding at the edge of the legs and arm supports epitomize the restrained flamboyance of Boston tastes. One of these chairs bears a nearly perfect label from the cabinetmaker, Lemuel Churchill. Height 41" Width 25" Depth 24"
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