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19TH CENTURY HAND MADE WINDSOR CHAIR (MARKED M.DAVIS)

Age. 19th century
Composition. Hardwood
Size. 30” high x 22” wide
Rating: 8
Comments. Circa 1800s Windsor style rocker has ¾” arms, formed seat and lots of turned features. It has cut in rockers, a grooved outline around the seat and this rocker is heavy for its size. The paint has wear, shade variations and scratches/scrapes. This rocker is in good, sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, has wood wear, small, shallow wood dents/grooves and has some soiling/stains. It is stamped underneath” M. Davis”. There are remnants of what looks to be the original hand painted red details in the front of the seat as well as on the back rest. Give this oldie cleaning and will make a nice addition to your Colonial decor.

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