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Shabby Chic Rocker

Posted by oceanna (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 22, 07 at 23:57

I picked this up for next to nothing. The back had apparently gotten stained. This was an improbable leap in styles, but it was fun doing this and it's a comfy place to sit:

I'm thinking about selling it in Craigslist. But I have no idea what price to put on it or if anyone would even want it. Can you advise, please?


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RE: Shabby Chic Rocker

I don't know what you paid for it, but I'd say at least 60-80 dollars. That was a good find. Very nice for a sunroom.


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Thanks Primgal! :-)


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RE: Shabby Chic Rocker

Love it,and you did a good job painting it.Is it sturdy?? If so i agree with the other poster,60 to 80 dollars,after all it's one of a kind,and hand painted.
kathi


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RE: Shabby Chic Rocker

Thanks, Kathi! Yes it's sturdy. I listed it on Craigslist tonight for $60. I hope someone wants it.


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RE: Shabby Chic Rocker

First, what is Craigslist, and second.....you did an excellent job on the chair.....it looks great!
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Maddya


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RE: Shabby Chic Rocker

Gorgeous! Did you paint the garlands or are they decals? Totally beautiful, anyway.


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RE: Shabby Chic Rocker

Oceanna, it's beautiful! I would have asked at least $100 for it!


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RE: Shabby Chic Rocker

Lurker here ... Craig's list is a free online classified ads.

The rocker looks absolutely wonderful!

Here is a link that might be useful: Craig's List Main Site


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RE: Shabby Chic Rocker

So pretty! I'd ask $100 !! You did a fantastic job on it!


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