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Late 19th century, relief carved crest rail, with rosette finials, varying upholstery with brass nailhead trim, molded arms with scrolled knuckles, with front scrolled and relief carved stretcher, on bun feet.
52 x 28 x 26 in. From the home of Durham philanthropist and banker, John Sprunt Hill, and his wife, Annie Watts Hill, who was the only daughter of George W. Watts, an original partner in the American Tobacco Corporation
Staining and tears to upholstery; one chair with chip to center crestrail, scuffs and surface wear throughout.