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19th c Birdseye Maple Recamier

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19th c Birdseye Maple Recamier
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Description
19th c American Empire neoclassical birdseye maple recamier, possibly New England or Mid Atlantic orgin- Similar to one in Telfair Museum Collection. Attr. To Joseph Barry (Am 1757-1838) Recamier has Birdseye frame and second caned seating. 68" x 20" x 36"
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19th c Birdseye Maple Recamier

Estimate $3,000 - $5,000
Jan 21, 2022
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Starting Price $500
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0005: 19th c Birdseye Maple Recamier

Sold for $2,000
17 Bids
Est. $3,000 - $5,000Starting Price $500
January 21st Fine Art and Americana Auction
Jan 21, 2022 9:30 AM EST
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Lot 0005 Details

Description
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19th c American Empire neoclassical birdseye maple recamier, possibly New England or Mid Atlantic orgin- Similar to one in Telfair Museum Collection. Attr. To Joseph Barry (Am 1757-1838) Recamier has Birdseye frame and second caned seating. 68" x 20" x 36"
Condition
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While we make our best effort to note any issues on items either in writing or by photograph, absence of a formal condition report does not imply that a piece is perfect, free from defects, or the effects of aging. Please review the photos carefully and consider them part of the description of a lot prior to bidding. Any condition statement is a courtesy to our buyers and should be considered our opinion and not a statement of fact or free from human error. Requests for additional information can be made by email or phone, and will be responded to on a first come first served basis.

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