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front Bannister Back Chair
c. 1780
The bannister back chair with scrolled crest and turned finials was probably made near the village of Deerfield, Massachusetts, in the late 18th century.
front Bannister Back Side Chair
The skills of several craftsmen were needed to make this relatively inexpensive chair that could be used to seat family members or guests.
front Side Chair
Men who operated lathes and who were referred to "turners," made chairs like this for about two hundred years in New England.
front Old Indian House Arm Chair
c. 1770
The banister-back arm chair was owned by the Hoyt family and made in Deerfield, Massachusetts, about 1770.


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