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