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BID DATE:
12/09/2017 09:26 AM
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DESCRIPTION

19TH CENTURY HAND MADE LADDERBACK CHAIR (POSSIBLY SHAKER)

Age. Circa 1800s
Composition. Hard wood, rush
Size. 39 high x 18 wide
Rating: 7
Comments. This antique ladder back chair has arched top back rests and turned tops on its back supports. The hand rush is in good shape and has a tight weave. The chair has exposed leg tops and turned stretchers. The woods somewhat recent finish has minor wear, shade variations and only a few small scratches/scrapes. The chair is in sturdy shape with wear, small, shallow wood dents and has a few small chips. One of the side seat frame supports is broken and needs to be repaired before it can be used. Per the consignor this could possibly be a Shaker made chair but we are unsure. Needs work but when done will make a nice addition to your antique homes decor.

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