Gothic Arm Chair II from William Ralston Oak22" wide; 20" deep; 55" high. In 1865 the original architect, Alexander Jackson Davis, remodeled Lyndhurst for new owners. He designed this chair as part of a new dining room suite.
Fashion: Gareth Pugh, English fashion designer Men Fall 2010
Rare and Important American Gothic Revival Oak Hall Chair,possibly New Orleans or New York, mid-19th century, the tall back supported by pierced and carved stiles terminating in crocketed spires, the central pierced and carved splat with an additional carved spire, the solid plank seat with molded edge hinged along the back edge and opening to a void cavity, supported by pierced front legs, h. 71".
Fashion: Gareth Pugh, English fashion designer Women Fall 2010
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