Turned Side Chair
A turned side chair (American, 19th century) composed of mahogany. The chair has a shaped back, turned uprights, and square rush seat. The chair is supported by four legs, the front two are turned and the rear are slightly splayed block kegs. Originally used at the Vanderbilt’s New York City address at 1 West 57th Street before being moved to The Breakers.
mahogany and rush
36.5" x 17.5" x 15"
Gift of Countess Alice S. Hadik, 1973.
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