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10/15/2021 04:03 PM
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ANTIQUE PARLOR CHAIR ( RECOVERED)

Rating: 7
Comments. This Victorian era chair measures 38" high x 27" wide and is circa 1800s. It has a hardwood frame with carved front legs, fancy veneered panels and ornate embellishments. It has an overstuffed back, 3/4 arms and is quite comfy. The newer upholstery has a large flower design and it is in good shape. This chair is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, minor wood wear and soiling. It has repairs on the wood arm fronts, the arms are somewhat loose and there are a few small pulls in the fabric. It needs some work but when done you'll have a nice addition to your Victorian decor.


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