THE COSTER FAMILY PAIR OF CLASSICAL CARVED MAHOGANY CURULE-BASE DINING CHAIRS
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THE COSTER FAMILY PAIR OF CLASSICAL CARVED MAHOGANY CURULE-BASE DINING CHAIRS

ATTRIBUTED TO DUNCAN PHYFE (1768-1854), NEW YORK, 1810-1815

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THE COSTER FAMILY PAIR OF CLASSICAL CARVED MAHOGANY CURULE-BASE DINING CHAIRS
ATTRIBUTED TO DUNCAN PHYFE (1768-1854), NEW YORK, 1810-1815
each retain a rich brown color and old dry surface
Approximately 32 ¾ in. high
Provenance
Ginsburg and Levy, New York, 1940
Charles Henry Coster (1898-1977), near Warwick, New York, purchased from above in 1940
Thence by descent in the family
Literature
Nancy McClelland, Duncan Phyfe and the English Regency (New York, 1939), p. 180, pl. 164.
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