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    Posted 7 years ago

    SVLbabs
    (2 items)

    I just received this chair in my thrift store as a part of an estate clean-out and you can better believe it is going home with me! There is no markings or any indication of who made this chair and I am new to the vintage furniture business so if anyone can give me any insight about this chair I would appreciate it very much.

    Overall height is 41"
    Back height is 30"
    Seat depth is 20"

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    Comments

    1. Crazy-Ike, 7 years ago
      It is a modified version. of a Lincoln rocker. the spindle's would not normaly be there but it's the whim of the Mfg'er.
    2. SVLbabs, 7 years ago
      Thank you, Crazy-Ike. I feel kind of foolish asking the question, but if I don't ask all my silly questions, I'm never going to learn :) Is there a way to figure out the mfg if there are no obvious markings?
    3. Crazy-Ike, 7 years ago
      Honestly. No. But we are here to answer your question's.

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