Possibly Kimball & Sargent
Probably Salem, Massachusetts 1830-1835
The molded crest rail centering a carved anthemion with arms carved with acanthus leaves, lotus leaves and volutes terminating in molded bosses, and the bolection-molded and paneled seat rail terminating in rectangular paneled reserves above the legs, the legs with acanthus leaves and blind volutes raised on brass casters. Woods: Mahogany and Mahogany veneer.
Condition: Excellent; Seat frame replaced, re-finished with shellac in the manner of the period, modern upholstery.
This striking sofa was inspired from sofa designs published in Thomas King's Modern Style of Cabinet Work Exemplified, (London, 1829), p. 10.
*Currently on exhibit at The Gallery at 200 LEX, New York Design Center, 200 Lexington Avenue, New York City, Floor 10, booth 60-B.
|Dealer||Carswell Rush Berlin, Inc.|
|Origin||Salem or Boston|
|Measurements||H: 37.5" W: 89" D: 26"|
|Inventory||View Dealer's Inventory|
|Contact||Carswell R. Berlin, 646-645-0404 or CarswellBerlin@msn.com|