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BID DATE:
12/09/2017 10:55 AM
CURRENT BIDDER:
pumpkin
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DESCRIPTION

(2) 19TH CENTURY VICTORIAN SIDE CHAIRS
Age. Circa 1800s
Composition. See below
Size. See below
Rating: 7
Comments. This lot consists of a 34 high Victorian chair that has a rounded back, serpentine seat front and double arched legs. It also has a 33 high Victorian chair with a cut in hand hole the top, double arched front legs and a serpentine seat front. Both chairs are made of black walnut and have lots of carving on their backs. There upholstery has wear, soiling and could use replacing. Both of these chairs are in sturdy shape with normal use wear, have wood wear, small, shallow wood dents and soiling. The smaller of the two has veneered chips in the front and has had some extensive repairs done in the seat area. Both will work before they can become additions to your Victorian decor.

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