19C American Walnut Childs Chair belonging to Lida Calvert Hall 1867

19C American Walnut Childs Chair belonging to Lida Calvert Hall 1867.

PRESENTING an ABSOLUTELY STUNNING and HISTORIC 19C American Walnut Childs Chair belonging to Lida Calvert Hall 1867.

This Chair has IMPECCABLE  PROVENANCE:

It is part of the Lida Calvert Hall Obenchain Collection and has been in the family’s possession since before 1867.

Check out our PDF about this AMAZING Private Collection: Calvert Hall,Obenchain,McMillan,Godwin Introduction PDF

Link: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eliza_Calvert_Hall

We are of the OPINION that this chair was painted at one time. There is evidence of paint all over it.

The back splat support has the initials of “E.H.”carved into it for Eliza Hall.

On the underside of the seat appears to be the name “Lida 67”. (or Liza).

Lida Calvert Hall was born in 1856….meaning she would have been 11 years old when she signed this chair.

She would have grown up with this chair in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

It was most likely made in or around Virginia.

19C American Walnut Childs Chair belonging to Lida Calvert Hall 1867.

Provenance:¬†This Commode is part of the Lida Calvert Hall/Obenchain/Godwin/McMillan Collection……formerly of Highland Park, Dallas, TX.

Condition: Overall in extremely good condition. Normal aging to the wood with beautiful natural patina.

Some small cracks and crevasses in the wood, but in GORGEOUS ORIGINAL CONDITION. We would not change a thing!

Dimensions: .  24 in. high, 13 in. wide, 13 in. deep. Seat Height of 11.5 in.

Price Now: $1,250

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