The original Walnut Tablet-back Side Chairs sit in the Parlor of Thomas Jefferson's Monticello home. They were constructed by an unidentified Virginia-based craftsman, ca. 1815, using patterns derived from the Grecian klismos chair. The concave tablet back support and the sabre-shaped rear leg are typical of this style. Typical Virginian elements include the use of native walnut and the inclusion of rectilinear stretchers for strength.
34 1/2" x 19" x 15 1/2"
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