The Jefferson chair is adapted from an original high back version made in Massachusetts, circa 1790. It is clearly an outcome of G. Hepplewhite's Guide, which had so great an impact that all furniture resembling its designs are often referred to as Hepplewhite style. It made its author's name a household word, especially in America, where it influenced the makers, as in Artistic's Jefferson frame of the Federal Period. It features a rectangular back over a square seat on square-section stretchered legs.
24.5'' W x 28.5'' D x 36.5'' H x 19.5'' SH x 26.5'' AH
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