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Provincial design. Copy of a circa 1750 Chippendale chair. French welt seat.
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Date of Manufacture
Materials and Techniques
oak secondary woods,
Distressed leather upholstery within last 5 years
Very good condition. Old and new repairs; upholstery in good shape.
16 ½" (seat height)
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