SHENANDOAH VALLEY OF VIRGINIA LADDER-BACK ARM ROCKER

Item/Auction Attributes

white oak and maple,
Shenandoah or Frederick Co., VA.
Circa 1800.
Very good, sturdy condition.
37" HOA. 14" H seat.
Provenance: The Important Americana Collection of Barbara M. and the late Charlie Hunter, Staunton, VA.
$100.00
$200.00
Catalogue Note: The shaped arms and supports seen on the present rocker are directly derived from Delaware River Valley chairs of the middle 18th century. See the above listed reference for a discussion. Shipping Note: IN-HOUSE SHIPPING IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR THIS LOT. Please contact our local UPS store store6595@theupsstore.com for information on shipping or see our website for a list of third-party shippers https://jeffreysevans.com/buying/pick-up-and-delivery.
Literature: See Evans - Come In and Have a Seat: Vernacular Chairs of the Shenandoah Valley, p. 18, fig. 1 for a rocker from the same shop.