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Shield back side chair with a splat composed of three open blade-forms; cusped on their interiors and separated under the top rail by two blossoms. The forms merge into a fluted spreading panel at their base. Its legs are straight, square, and tapered in the front on square feet. The seat is shaped, hollowed, and upholstered in black-painted canvas (possibly the original upholstery). Made in: England. Date: 1770s. Record ID: chndm_1900-25-7.

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