Wallace Nutting (American, 1861–1941)
Object Place: Framingham, Massachusetts, United States
108.58 x 125.73 x 45.08 cm (42 3/4 x 49 1/2 x 17 3/4 in.)
Medium or Technique
Maple, oak, white pine
Not On View
Comb-back windsor settee with carved crest rail; sweeping armrail ends in carved hnd-grips with turned baluster supports; plank seat sits on six turned legs with turned medial stretchers.
Paper label of Wallace Nutting: "Wallace Nutting / 46 Park St., Framingham, Mass. / Distinguished [and] distinctive furniture / oak and pine cubards / oak chests and chests of drawers / trestle, refectory and small tables / desks, beds, stools and mirrors / "No. [in pencil] 565 Date 1927"
Two paper labels reading "John A.V. Davies, M.D. Farmington, Conn."
Branded on underside of seat: "WALLACE / NUTTING"
Two paper labels affixed to the settee may indicate its original owner; they read: "John A.V. Davies, M.D. Farmington, Conn."; purchased in 1985 from Harold Ionson, 931 High Street, Westwood, Massachusetts (Accession Date February 27, 1985)
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick C. Dumaine and Mr. James G. Hinkle
Reproduced with permission.