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Lot 6011: EXCEPTIONAL QUEEN ANNE CARVED AND FIGURED MAPLE ARMCHAIR, ATTRIBUTED TO SOLOMON FUSSELL OR WILLIAM SAVERY, PHILADELPHIA, CIRCA 1750 |
January 21, 2017
New York, NY, USALive Auction
Break and repair to back of crest rail. Break and repair to proper left front knee return. Break and repair to inner edge of proper left rear leg at joint with stretcher. Rush seat replaced.
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Ralston House, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania;
Christie's, New York, Important American Furniture, Folk Art and Decorative Arts, October 18, 1996, sale 8494, lot 102.
Dimensions: Height 45 1/2 in.
Albert Sack, Fine Points of Furniture: Early American, (New York: Crown Publishers, Inc., 1950), p. 20 identified as “Best” and as “one of the great masterpieces of Pennsylvania furniture";
Lindsey, Jack. Worldly Goods: The Arts of Early Pennsylvania, 1680-1758, (Philadelphia: Philadelphia Museum of Art, 1999) fig. 150, pg. 98, no. 156, pg. 172.