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F is for very fancy fine Antique Furniture

Unusual antique furniture

Fig. 8: Chamber table, decorated by Rachel A. Lambard (m. 1818), Portland, Me., dated January, 1816. Maple, birch, pine, H. 33, W. 32-1/8, D. 16-3/4 in. Courtesy, Winterthur Museum and Library (57.985). Rachel Lambard was one of two daughters of Luke Lambard of Bath, Maine, who are believed to have attended the Martin school. Her penmanship, copied prints, and freehand painting exhibit the exuberant range of decoration found on this group of furniture attributed to the Martin school.

in what kind of world do we live where this brings only 34.50? FURNITURE HITCHCOCK STYLE BALTIMORE CHAIR, ORNATE PAINTING, CANE BOTTOM SEAT - Rasmus Auctions, 4/25/12 Yes, thirty four fifty.

American Federal Paint-Decorated Fancy Side Chairs - Landscape Scenes Painted on the Backs - Circa 1815.

Reggie Darling: Winning Bid: American Fancy Chairs

American Federal Paint-Decorated Fancy Side Chair - Baltimore Style, but Attributed to New York or New England - Circa 1820.

Chippendale single drop-leaf table, Massachusetts, circa 1760