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Chair style

Posted by pencilboy (My Page) on
Sat, Dec 18, 10 at 21:58

We were just wondering about the age & style of this chair that we own. Thanks!!



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RE: Chair style

I would call it Edwardian. Early part of the 20th c.

RE: Chair style

Any thoughts on value? Just curious, we've owned it for years, we have no intentions of selling it, but would just be interesting to know what everyone here thinks the value would be. PB

RE: Chair style

Spindle chairs like that remind me of a) British Colonial; Raj style. and b) Morris-chair era, but no reclining feature visible (unless there's a hidden "patent" ratchet function).

RE: Chair style

No reclining features, it is very comfortable though. We have the piano casters under the front casters to make it a bit nicer to sit in.

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