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A WHITE OAK LOLLIPOP ARMCHAIR

ATTRIBUTED TO GEORGE HUNZINGER, NEW YORK, CIRCA 1870

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A WHITE OAK LOLLIPOP ARMCHAIR
Attributed to George Hunzinger, New York, circa 1870
With bulbous turned and lollipop-carved back and arm supports fronted by scrolled arm supports continuing to straight front legs on castors
33in. high, 24½in. wide, 20in. deep (seat)
Literature
For similar examples, please see Harwood, The Furniture of George Hunzinger: Invention and Innovation in Nineteenth-Century America, (Brooklyn Museum of Art, 1997)
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