Boston Arm Chair

Albert Sack


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Massachussetts upholstered low arm chair, circa 1780-1800. The design is attributed to John Seymour, the master crafter of Boston who is considered the Rembrandt of Federal furniture in America. The integration of the arm terminals with serpentine arm supports are outlined in hand applied inlay and is tour de force of original design. This fine inlay is repeated on the tapered legs. A companion side chair is available. Oxford is the standard finish as shown. Optional NS-08 nail head trim shown.



  • 24.5" w x 26.75" d x 39.25" h
  • 62cm w x 68cm d x 100cm h
Inner Seat Area: (Width x Depth x Seat)
  • 19" w x 19.25" d x 18.75" h
  • 48cm w x 49cm d x 48cm h
Seat Height:
  • 20.5" h \ 52cm h
Arm Height:
  • 26.5" h \ 67cm h

Standard Features

  • Oxford