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|| Bannister Back Chair
The bannister back chair with scrolled crest and turned finials was probably made near the village of Deerfield, Massachusetts, in the late 18th century.
|| 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.
|| Side Chair
Men who operated lathes and who were referred to "turners," made chairs like this for about two hundred years in New England.
|| Old Indian House Arm Chair
The banister-back arm chair was owned by the Hoyt family and made in Deerfield, Massachusetts, about 1770.