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07/17/2019 04:51 PM
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ANTIQUE TALL BACK CHAIR (RE-UPHOLSTERED)

Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. See below
Size. 48 high x 24 wide
Rating: 8
Comments. This chair has a solid oak frame which features arched hip rests, round columns, grooved faces and the arched top has large dental style molding. It has the original springs in the seats and this chair is heavy for its size. The woods golden oak finish has some wear, shade variations, a few small scratches/scrapes and really accentuates the woods grain. The newer upholstery has only minor wear and has matching piping. This item is in sturdy shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear, has minor wood wear, small, shallow wood dents and has some soiling. There is a thin wood joint separation line on the top of the back and the upholstery as well as some of the springs need some work all as seen in our photo. Need some work but when done will make an impressive chair for your dining room or as a side chair in your master suite.

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