Side chair , one of eight

about 1740–50

Object Place: Boston (?), Massachusetts, United States


Overall: 94 x 52.1 x 45.6 cm (37 x 20 1/2 x 17 15/16 in.)

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Medium or Technique

Mahogany, pine

Not On View




Seating and beds


By tradition, owned originally by the Rev. Nathaniel Appleton (1693-1784), Cambridge, Mass., and his wife, Margaret Gibbs Appleton (1699-1771); by descent to Charles John Appleton (1795-1843) and his wife Sophia Haven, marrried in 1835; by descent to John Appleton (1759-1829) and his wife, Mary Whitbread; by descent to Sarah Fayerweather Appleton (1839-1933) and her husband, Charles Ammi Cutter; by descent to Louis F. Cutter (1864-1945) and his wife Mary Osgood; by descent to Caroline Cutter Harris (b. ca. 1906) and her husband, Maynard L. Harris; 1972; gift of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard L. Harris in memory of Mrs. Harris's grandmother, Sarah Fayerweather Appleton (Accession Date March 8, 1972)

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Gift of Mr.and Mrs. Maynard L. Harris, in memory of Mrs. Harris' grandmother, Sarah Fayerweather Appleton