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Older zero gravity style Reclining Lounge chair, beautiful crafted wood frame

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Posted 4 years ago

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I cannot figure out who or when this chair was made. The frame is so beautifully made out of true hardwood. It reclines just like the current zero gravity chairs very smoothly and has soft leather upholstery - super comfortable. The frame must be rosewood, walnut or something similar. Any ideas? I picked it up at an estate sale for $140. The upholstery makes me think it is 80's or 90's but the wood is so crafted, like Vladimir Kagan. Any help? Thanks.

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  1. Robb Forman Dew, 4 years ago
    I am desperately searching for a beautiful zero gravity chair! This is remarkable, and I wonder if you have any thought in the world of selling it? And why isn't anyone making a chair this beautiful anymore? It's baffling. In any case, you found a wonderful piece of furniture!
    Best wishes--Robb Dew
  2. Warren Shaw, 3 years ago
    This lounge chair is exactly what I'm looking for. I would like to purchase it from you. Please contact me and provide more information about the chair. Thanks- Warren
  3. Kurt , 3 years ago
    Not sure who made the chair but would like to find one like that. Did you ever find out who made the chair? Thanks

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