Lot 383
Set of Six Southern Chippendale Walnut Carved Dining Chairs
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Attributed to eastern North Carolina, circa 1800, walnut secondary on rear rail, shaped crest rail with relief carved central shell, ears with relief carved rosette, pierced back splat with lower stylized quatrefoil set within a molded shoe, over-upholstered seat, molded square straight front legs with inside chamfer, flush mounted stretcher base, down-swept rear legs.

37 x 22 x 21 in.; Seat height 18.25 in.

From the Collection of Mr. & Mrs. James Ross Johnson, Jr., Charlotte, North Carolina

A wood identification report from Alden Identification Service of the secondary wood accompanies lot.

Later upholstery; later knee brace blocks; insect damage to secondary; age expected wear especially at lower legs; one chair with break and repair to crest rail at stile joints, the same chair with small cut, patch and repair to left rear leg; one chair with split and repair at shoe.

$2,000 - 3,000