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Side Chair Date: 1810–20 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York City, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Mahogany, ash, tulip poplar

Side Chair Date: ca. 1825 Culture: Austrian Medium: Solid beech wood (front and side rails), solid pine wood (back splat?, supporting middle seat rail and seat frame), solid walnut (legs), walnut veneer, cane (seat).

Slipper Chair John H. Belter  (1804–1863) Date: ca. 1855 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York City, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Rosewood, ash

Side Chair Joseph Meeks and Sons  (1829–1835) Date: 1859 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York City, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Rosewood

Slipper Chair John H. Belter  (1804–1863) Date: ca. 1855 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York City, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Rosewood, ash

Side Chair, 1840-50, American, the Met Collection

Side Chair George Jakob Hunzinger  (1835–1898) Date: ca. 1878 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York City, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Ebonized cherry, brass

Sewing Chair Attributed to Herter Brothers  (1864–1906) Date: 1867–69 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York City, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Maple; rosewood; ash (secondary wood); upholstery not origin

Side Chair Made Of Carved Rosewood, Designed By Alexander Jackson Davis, Burns And Trainque Manufacturer - America c. 1848

Attributed to John Finlay (Active Circa 1799–1833). Fancy Paint-Decorated Side Chair. Baltimore, Maryland. Circa 1815-1820.