Pair of Oak and Leather Eastlake Style Armchairs
A PAIR OF OAK AND LEATHER EASTLAKE STYLE ARMCHAIRS (American, 19th century) attributed to Daniel Pabst (American, 1826-1910). Each has a square back centered with a cruciform form, scrolled arms, and turned legs. The arm pads and seats are upholstered in red leather.
Oak and leather
Gift of The Smithsonian Institution.
PSNC.4943.1 - .2
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