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Maker(s):King, Zadock, Jr. (possibly)
Date Made:ca. 1790
Materials:painted wood, probably maple
Place Made:Massachusetts: Deerfield
Measurements:Overall: 45 in x 23 in x 19 in; 114.3 cm x 58.4 cm x 48.3 cm
Accession Number:  HD 2021.12
Credit Line:Gift of Paul and DeEtte Peters in honor of Philip and Betsy Zea
Museum Collection:  Historic Deerfield

Bannister-back armchair with broad, cyma-curved crest rail, four turned and reversed banisters, similarly-turned stiles topped by elongated spool-like finials, and collar-and-urn turned front legs that extend to support the arms with rolled handholds. Evidence of red paint or stain beneath the current layer of dark paint. The rush seat is replaced. The armchair's turnings are similar to those found on another armchair in Historic Deerfield's collection (accession number: 69.0635), which is attributed to Zadock King, Jr. (b. 1754) of Deerfield, Massachusetts.

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