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are these ladderback chairs and oak table- antiques?

Posted by kasha77 (kathysuleski@yahoo.com) on
Fri, Jan 25, 13 at 21:16

I was wondering if anyone could tell me what they think about this oak table and ladder back chair set. The table has a parquet top. I haven't seen these in person, so I don't know what the seats are made of. They are for sale and I'm considering going to see them (if they are antiques). Any info about them would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks!


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RE: are these ladderback chairs and oak table- antiques?

With a parquetry top in that style and from the table support I'm think it's probably more like 30-40 years old at most. Antique parquetry table tops tend to be a lot more elaborate. And antique oak table tops tend to be large planks, not little parquetry ones.


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RE: are these ladderback chairs and oak table- antiques?

I don't think so.


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