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BROMFIELD FAMILY QUEEN ANNE COMPASS SEAT SIDE CHAIR

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  • Description
    Rhode Island, Circa 1745

    Primary Wood: Walnut
    Secondary Woods: Maple, Tulip Poplar

    Provenance: Colonel Henry Bromfield (1727-1820), a wealthy merchant, and Hannah Clarke, the daughter of East India Tea Company agent Richard Clarke, Boston and Harvard, Massachusetts; Ann (1917-1999) and Philip (1919-2011) Holzer, Great Neck, New York.

    Reference: Listed in the Rhode Island Furniture Archive RIF2534. See also the discussion of Newport and Boston Queen Anne chairs with this distinctive C-scroll on the knees in Patricia Kane Art & Industry in Early America: Rhode Island Furniture, 1650-1830, pages 254-257, number 45.
  • More Information
    Origin: United States
    Period: 18th Century
    Materials: Walnut, Maple, Tulip Poplar.
    Creation Date: 1745
    Styles / Movements: Traditional, Queen Anne
    Dealer Reference #: 7200
    Incollect Reference #: 316760
  • Dimensions
    W. 20.5 in; H. 40.5 in; D. 18 in;
    W. 52.07 cm; H. 102.87 cm; D. 45.72 cm;
    Seat H. 18 in;
    Seat H. 45.72 cm;
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