Child's Desk and Windsor Armchair

England, c. 1825.
An appealing child’s desk in untouched “attic dry”  painted surface with original drawer pulls, brass hardware, and interior drawers above scalloped pigeonholes.
Birch and white pine.
16 ¾” w. x 19” h. x 11” d.  

New England, late 18th c.
An extremely rare form of child’s Windsor armchair, with stretcher-less base and cupid’s bow crest.  
24 ¼” OH, 10 ½” SH.                                   
In old black over white over original black.
Pictured in Wallace Nutting, Furniture Treasury, pl. 2513.