by Carlyle Lynch
It was great to find this easy chair of 1745 from the low country of South Carolina before new upholsterywe can see how easy it is to build. Mahogany legs without turning, cypress frame; legs shown full size. W.34, D.32, H.45 1/2. This piece is part of the collection at the Museum of Early Decorative Arts (MESDA) in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
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