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|| Roundabout Chair
This ceremonial roundabout oak chair displays carving of lions' heads and paws with a coat of arms topped by a lion couchant, all executed by a French woodcarver.
|| "SH" joined chest
At a time when most houses lacked closets, joined chests like this one made for Sarah Hawks (1701-1783) stored linens, clothing and other valuable textiles while also serving a decorative function.
|| "WA" Chest with Drawer
This carved oak chest is believed to have been made for William Arms (1692-1774) who lived at the south end of the Old Deerfield street.
This carved oak chest, now missing its legs and its lid, was made in Windsor, Connecticut between 1640 and 1680.
|| "RA" Carved Chest
This joined "Hadley" chest was made about 1700 in Hatfield, Massachusetts and was believed to have been owned by Rebecca Allis (b. 1683) whose initials are carved on the center panel.