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BID: CLOSED
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BID DATE:
10/13/2018 10:46 AM
CURRENT BIDDER:
JMGH
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DESCRIPTION

(2) ANTIQUE CHAIRS

Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. See below
Size. See below
Rating: 7
Comments. These antique chairs have hard wood frames and are either 33 or 32 high. One has a hand caned seat with a serpentine front profile, tiger maple back rests and lots of turned features. It is in sturdy shape but does have a glue repair on the top backrest and a few single strand breaks in the wicker. The other chair has a woven rush seat that is in sturdy shape, a slightly arched back, a somewhat thumb back shape on the top of the back supports and lots of turned features. Both of the chairs are in sturdy shape with normal use wear, has wood wear, finish/paint wear, small, shallow wood dents and have soiling/stains. Need some work before they can grace your dining room table.


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