Pair of American J.H. Belter Laminated Rosewood Rosalie Salon Chairs
Pair of American J.H. Belter Laminated Rosewood Rosalie Salon Chairs Pair of American J.H. Belter Laminated Rosewood Rosalie Salon Chairs Pair of American J.H. Belter Laminated Rosewood Rosalie Salon Chairs Pair of American J.H. Belter Laminated Rosewood Rosalie Salon Chairs Pair of American J.H. Belter Laminated Rosewood Rosalie Salon Chairs Pair of American J.H. Belter Laminated Rosewood Rosalie Salon Chairs Pair of American J.H. Belter Laminated Rosewood Rosalie Salon Chairs

Pair of American J.H. Belter Laminated Rosewood Rosalie Salon Chairs

Ref: CH2453
Maker: Attributed to John Henry Belter (German-American, 1804-63)

Pattern: Rosalie without grapes. A low pair of antique, mid 19th century, Rococo Revival parlor chairs with upholstered backs and seats, by J.H. Belter. No maker's mark.

Literature (for a similar chair): Eileen and Richard Dubrow, American Furniture of the 19th Century 1840-1880, p. 96 (image).
Date: c. 1855
Dimensions: W 19.5 D 16 H 37 in.
Seat: H 16 in.
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