Carved oak backs of chairs, all with different designs. American rendition of the Arts and Crafts movement. Charles Rohlfs, furniture maker (1853-1936).

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Chair (back detail). Early 1900s. American. Oak. Collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Image source: WMPearl. In the public domain. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Oak_chair_by_Charles_Rohlfs,_early_1900s,_Metropolitan_Museum_of_Art.JPG
Oak_chair_made_by_Charles_Rohlfs,_1898-99,_Princeton_University_Art_Museum
Chair (back detail). 1898-1899. American. English oak. Collections of the Princeton University Art Museum. Image source: Wmpearl. Image in the public domain. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Oak_chair_made_by_Charles_Rohlfs,_1898-99,_Princeton_University_Art_Museum.JPG
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Hall chair (back detail). ca. 1899. American. Carved and stained oak. Image © Wright Auctions. Fair use license. via https://www.wright20.com/auctions/2015/06/design/282

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