The Chairs in the Home The History of the Origin of the Design Period Known as Early American Colonial Furniture

The Chairs in the home as continued from previous page.

Plate XXI
“Restoration” Chairs

Cane Seat and Back

Cane Seat and Back

Child's High Chair

Child's High Chair


Plate XXII
Chippendale Various Backs of Chair

Chair Back

1 a

Chair Back

1 b

Chair Back

1 c

Chair Back

1 d

Chair Back

1 e

Chair Back

1 f

Mahogany Chair

Mahogany Chair Circa 1750

The top of the back or "cresting" was often carved elaborately, and sometimes extended beyond the sides and was supported by carved brackets or "ears".

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