227 West 17th Street New York City, NY 10011 United States 212.628.7088
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Period 18th Century
Materials Maple.
W. 22.37 in; H. 40.5 in; D. 64 in;
W. 56.82 cm; H. 102.87 cm; D. 162.56 cm;
Creation Date 1730
Description Likely Rhode Island, Circa 1730

This is a very rare instance of an American daybed retaining much of its original leather covering and under-upholstery.

Primary Wood: Maple
Secondary Wood: Maple

Height: 40 1/2 inches
Width: 22 3/8 inches
Depth: 64 inches

Reference: Listed in the Rhode Island Furniture Archive RIF6645. Please see Wallace Nutting Furniture Treasury, volume 1, number 1603, for a very similar form. For an armchair with the identical crest and very similar turnings please see Patricia Kane, Art & Industry in Early America: Rhode Island Furniture, 1650-1830, pages 246-248, number 42. That chair is attributed as likely Rhode Island. Another chair with the nearly identical crest is in the same book as entry 43 noted as probably Newport.
Styles / Movements William & Mary
Dealer Reference Number 7215
Incollect Reference Number 358198
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