William and Mary Slat-Back Armchair

An early painted armchair made of oak, ash, and cherry with five arching slats and ring-turned posts terminating in reel and ball-top finials. The ovoid arms extend with half barrel-like hand rests over the front baluster to ring-turned posts continuing to half ball feet. Double box stretchers having sausage-turned front stretchers. Trapezoidal seat in woven splint.

Dealer Bernard & S. Dean Levy
Date: Circa 1700
Origin New York
Measurements Height: 45 1/4 inches; Width: 26 inches; Depth: 21 inches
Inventory View Dealer's Inventory
Website http://www.levygalleries.com
Contact Frank Levy, (212) 628-7088 or  bsdlinc@gmail.com

Stay up to date with our ADA newsletter.