Thistlethwaite Americana | Pair of Queen Anne Chairs
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Pair of Queen Anne Chairs


Philadelphia, PA

Circa 1735


42 1/2″ H x 21″ W


Fine Queen Anne chairs having incurvate stiles, solid vase shaped splats, flat serpentine shaped stretchers, original white oak slip-seat with cabriole legs ending in early trifid feet.


Provenance: C.L. Prickett, Yardley, Pennsylvania


Reference: “The Magazine Antiques,” October 1987. For other examples of early Philadelphia Queen Anne Chairs refer to “The Philadelphia Chair 1685-1785″ by Joseph K. Kindig III, plate #s 19 and 69.


WHY WE LOVE THEM: These are a rare pair of Philadelphia chairs that are truly unique in design and style.