Chair & bench
AN IRISH GEORGE III-STYLE MAHOGANY OPEN ARMCHAIR - 19TH CENTURY - The rockwork-carved waved toprail above a pierced ribbon, c-scroll and foliate-carved splat, with outcurved arms terminating in eagle's masks, on cabochon-headed cabriole legs and claw-and-ball feet 40½ in. (103 cm.) high
Antique Chippendale Settee- A handsome Chippendale revival mahogany settee made in England during the last quarter of the 19th century. The style originates in mid 18th century England and has been a favorite for formal decoration since. This variation is known as "ribbon" back for obvious reasons. The ball and claw feet are references to Chinese styles that where the height of good taste in 1750.