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C1013-7 | An English Gothic Revival oak Glastonbury armchair, the back pierced with tracery decoration over curule supports, circa 1840. H. 35 1/2" W. 25 3/4" D. 21 1/4" $2,450.00
Attributed to Thomas Brooks | Armchair | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Purchased by the donor in Vicksburg, Mississippi from a Texas dealer; said to come from a plantation in Texas, having been originally purchased in New Orleans. The donor believes that Brooks's work was being marketed in New Orleans through Henry Siebrecht
148: Large mid 1800 Gothic Victorian open arm chair, 55 - Mar 04, 2006 | Flomaton Antique Auction in AL
Large mid 1800 Gothic Victorian open arm chair, 55"t, solid walnut, scroll leaf carved finial crest, turned sides, mo... on Mar 04, 2006
American Gothic Revival Carved Mahogany Hall Chair for Sale at Auction on Wed, 09/19/2012 - 07:00 - Estate of Lee B. Anderson
American Gothic Revival Carved Mahogany Hall Chair for Sale at Auction on Wed, 09/19/2012 - 07:00 - Estate of Lee B. Anderson | Doyle Auction House
The Period Of The Cabinet-Makers, 1750-1840. Part 5
Figure 560 shows an arm-chair in which there is a suggestion of the Gothic style caused by the interweaving of ribbon-like pieces. The cresting is carved in rococo and leaf design, and pendent flowers...
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*** Description *** • A very good addition to your collection and interior! • Original design and very nice handwork! • Made in Russia with love! • Item fits: 1/6 size dolls • Condition - new. • Eco-design. • Color - to order: Natural wood, Black, dark brown • Material - HQ plywood. • Dolls Not
Pair Of 1stdibs Oak Revival Hall Gothic English Side Chairs
A fine pair of English oak hall chairs with Gothic tracery back splats topped by incised trefoil decoration, supported by four turned legs joined by stretchers with chamfered edges.