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Windsor settee

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Comb-back windsor settee with carved crest rail; sweeping armrail ends in carved hnd-grips with turned baluster supports; plank seat sits on six turned legs with turned medial stretchers. Known as "The Supreme Windsor Double Chair" and no. 565 in Nutting catalogues.

Inscription

Paper label of Wallace Nutting with "No. 565 date 1927"

Marks

Branded "WALLACE / NUTTING"

Provenance

Two paper labels affixed to the settee may indicate its original owner; they read: "John A.V. Davies, M.D., Farmington, Ct." Purchased in 1985 from Harold Ionson, 931 High Street, Westwood, Massachusetts.

Credit Line

Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick C. Dumaine and Mr. James G. Hinkle

Copyright

Reproduced with permission.

1927

Object Place

Framingham, Massachusetts, United States

Dimensions

108.58 x 125.73 x 45.08 cm (42 3/4 x 49 1/2 x 17 3/4 in.)

Accession Number

1985.37

Medium or Technique

Maple, oak, white pine

Collections

Americas

Classifications

Furniture, Seating and Beds