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"Gothic Arch" Armchair


I have not been able to identify this throne-like chair, but it is stylish, and almost certainly artisan-made. Reasonably comfortable, though it's much better with a few pillows. The generous size of the seat means that there is quite enough room for a nice collection of adventurously-covered pillows.


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    Very good condition; with a little wear on the upholstery. .
  • Seller location
    Los Angeles, CA
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