Set of Eight Charles Boudouine American Dining Chairs, New York, c. 1840
In Mahogany. Attributable to Charles Boudouine, highly regarded New York cabinet maker (1808-1895). Chairs feature eight-way hand tied springs and horsehair filling. These chairs relate closely to a set of forty-two made by New York cabinetmaker Charles A. Baudouine for The White House in the Polk administration circa 1842. Sixteen of these chairs remain in the collection of The White House (image in "The White House: Its Historic Furnishings & First Families" by Betty C. Monkman, (Washington, D.C., Abbeville Press, 2000), p.103.
Three top back splats have been restored
WIDTH: 19 in | HEIGHT: 32 in | DEPTH: 21 in
SEAT HEIGHT: 18½ in
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CONDITION: Mahogany, French polish, upholstered, eight way hand tied springs and horsehair. 8 chairs.