"The Butler Family Chippendale Armchair"



Mid-Atlantic Region, possibly Virginia
Mahogany, original slip seat
Condition: Untouched original condition, minor abrasions on front legs.
Early, if not original, varnish finish
The chair has a shaped crest rail above a pierced splat flanked by stiles supporting finely carved, serpentine-form arms with carved knuckles. The trapezoid seat frame is supported by straight Chippendale legs with molded edges and a stretcher base.
Provenance: Descended through the family of Benjamin Franklin Butler (1795-1858), the 12th United States Attorney General, of Stuyvesant Falls, NY. Butler was a law partner of Martin Van Buren before his political career began.



Dealer Jeffrey Tillou Antiques
Date: late 18th c.
Origin
Artist/Maker
Measurements 39 h x 26 w (arms) x 22d
Inventory View Dealer's Inventory
Website http://www.tillouantiques.com
Price $14,500
Contact Jeffrey Tillou, 860-567-9693 or  jeffrey@tillouantiques.com

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