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From: Evans, Nancy Goyne, "Politics, Enterprise, and Design: The Nature and Influence of Windsor Chairmaking in Early Federal Rhode Island," American Furniture edited by Luke Beckerdite (Milwaukee, WI: Chipstone Foundation, 1999), 59, fig.11
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Sack-back Windsor armchair


Object number

RIF2102

Maker

Maker Unknown

Dimensions

Height: 38 5/8 in. (98.108 cm) Width, arms: 24 5/8 in. (62.548 cm) Depth: 16 1/2 in. (41.91 cm)

Date

1792–1800

Current location

Unknown

Geography

Made in Connecticut-Rhode Island border region
(view a map of Rhode Island)

Medium

Pine (seat); maple, oak, and ash

Marks

Unknown

Inscriptions

Unknown

Style

Windsor

Provenance

Mary Means Huber, Bronxville, New York

Associated names

Mary Means Huber
Skinner, Inc.

Bibliography

Nancy Goyne Evans, "Politics, Enterprise, and Design: The Nature and Influence of Windsor Chairmaking in Early Federal Rhode Island," American Furniture (1999): 59, fig. 11.