Child's Desk and Windsor Armchair

Left:
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.  

Right:
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.