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Moses Black Pair of Chippendale Side Chairs

Origin United States, Massachusetts
Period 18th Century
Materials Mahogany, white pine, maple
Dimensions
W. 23.5 in; H. 37.75 in; D. 21.5 in;
W. 59.69 cm; H. 95.89 cm; D. 54.61 cm;
Creation Date c. 1765
Number of Pieces 2-3
Description Boston   Circa 1765

Primary Wood: Mahogany
Secondary Woods: White Pine, Maple

Provenance: The chairs belonged in the house of John Hancock who married Dorothy Quincy, whose father sold the house to Moses Black of Braintree. Black married Rosanna Duncan Maxwell in 1778, who then died in 1784. Black then married her niece, Esther Duncan, in 1785. To her niece Mary Duncan who married Judge Daniel Wells of Greenfield. To their daughter Rosa Anna Lamb Wells (1825-1916) who married Samuel Lothrop Thorndike of Cambridge. To their daughter, Mary Duncan Thorndike who Married Charles H. Fiske in 1895, to their daughter Rosanna Duncan Fiske, who married Lloyd B. Sanderson in 1920; to their daughter Rosanna Duncan Sanderson, to her daughter Mary Duncan Sanderson Eichel.
Styles / Movements Chippendale
Book References Reference: The “owl's eye splat” is typical design for Boston Chippendale chairs. Please see Brock Jobe and Myrna Kaye New England Furniture: The Colonial Era, pages 381-387.
Dealer Reference Number 7017
Incollect Reference Number 241950
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