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02/21/2018 08:18 AM
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SET OF (4) ANTIQUE PRESS BACK CHAIRS (AS FOUND)

Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. See below
Size. 43” high x 19” wide
Rating: 5
Comments. Made of solid oak these chairs have either pressed or a hand caned seat panels, pressed designs on the back rests and lots of turned features. They have serpentine seat front and large, arched hip rests. There original finish has wear, shade variations, scratches/scrapes and one of the chairs is partially stripped. These chairs are in sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, have wood wear, have small, shallow wood dents, have some thin split lines and have soiling/stains. There have been repairs made to some of these chairs. Three have pressed in cane panel’s while one has holes for hand caning. Each of these panels need replacing as seen in our photo. All of the chairs have matching designs and a pair of them have a fancy cut piece under the front seat. Needs work but when done make a nice set of chairs to go around your antique dining room table.

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