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Looking to identify and replace these beloved DR chairs

Posted by eco_ali (My Page) on
Fri, Aug 17, 12 at 7:38

I lost this set of 1920's chairs a few years back and am so very sorry that I did. I try to decorate my 1927 Sears bungalow in authentic period pieces from the early 20's to pre WWII. I've looked high and low for a similar set of DR chairs to match this maple base, deco pattern enamel top table and my deco waterfall china cabinet and buffet but cant seem to find them anywhere. Can someone please help me identify these chairs? Thanks very much.

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RE: Looking to identify and replace these beloved DR chairs

Also any suggestions for a new set that would match my period furnishings...thanks much!

RE: Looking to identify and replace these beloved DR chairs

Shame you let them go....very nice chairs.
You might try Jacobean Revival....not sure if the link I have posted will translate or not.

Here is a link that might be useful: table and chairs

RE: Looking to identify and replace these beloved DR chairs

If you have a local craigslist, you might want to try the antique section. I see many, many antique/vintage chairs, and you could just get lucky. ;o)

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