1790 This style of lolling chair is commonly referred to as a Martha Washington chair, having a well-defined serpentine crest rail with an upholstered back flanked by shaped open arms. The carved molded arms continue into the front legs and are supported by a stretcher base.26.25W × 28D × 39.5H. Condition: Quilted upholstery has a tear to the upper left side.
Some scratches and scuffs to the finish. Of course, we are happy to work with a shipper of your choice as well. Our LISTING descriptions for Lots are expressions of our opinion only.
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The item "Late 18th Century Chippendale Period Lolling Chair New-England" is in sale since Sunday, February 16, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Furniture\Chairs\Pre-1800". The seller is "period-salvage-antiques" and is located in Stockton, New Jersey. This item can be shipped worldwide.