with high and enclosed hollowed-out back above a loose cushion seat; resting on wooden legs joined by an H-stretcher; excellent vintage condition; newly upholstered; the Porter's chair was placed at the front door to be used by a household servant who awaited a visitor's knock. The design enveloped the servant for warmth and protection from the cold breezes as the door was opened and closed.
each crafted from hardwood inlaid with exotic materials, i.e. ebony and bone, surmounted by an inset woven double-coved seat above an intricate openwork apron all raised on turned supports; good vintage condition
the four barrel-back chairs, all with faux bamboo wooden supports; new leather upholstery; Barnard & Simonds Co. (1898-1967) Rochester, NY moving to Grand Rapids, MI in 1959, purchased by Baker Furniture in 1967
the square table with serpentine sides with four matching chairs barrel-back all with faux bamboo supports; new leather upholstery; Barnard & Simonds Co. (1898-1967) Rochester, NY moving to Grand Rapids, MI in 1959, purchased by Baker Furniture in 1967
with arching framed crest rail with double-caned back above an elongated caned seat with bowed end; all raised on 6 fluted turned supports; excellent restored antique condition with new caning; nice overall even patina to paint and gilding
a true statement piece with its incurved back and boldly-scrolled terminals above exuberant acanthus carving all raised on reeded turned legs of baluster form; excellent restored condition; newly upholstered in brown leather with saddle stitching
perfect as an ottoman, stool, foot rest, or table having an oval upholstered seat above a deep apron and raised on turned wooden supports ending in casters; excellent antique condition with new upholstery "