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CHIPPENDALE SIDE CHAIR
Connecticut
Circa 1760 – 1780

Possibly ELIPHALET CHAPIN or One of His Contemporaries.

A fine estate found Chippendale Side Chair in its original dry cherry surface. The crest rail has a bowed top with a rounded, roll-back treatment of its central arched section leading to carved ears. The crest flows downwards into pierced gothic splat.

Eliphalet Chapin, was a Connecticut native who is known to have served his apprenticeship in Philadelphia. The patterns of the back splat of this Connecticut chair and that of chairs made in Philadelphia have a great deal in common. The chair follows the Philadelphia practices closely and its similarity of design and the use of through tenons is in the same manner.

Inventory: FU-S-3070

$ 1,800.00

★ Inquiries: LoweryAntiques@twcny.rr.com or call / text 315-638-1329

AMERICAN CHIPPENDALE SIDE CHAIR

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