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Gothic carved 6 legged wooden swivel round chair Set 2

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hickadilly1's loves9 of 79Eagle on stone BOIS DE BOULOGNE. – LE MOULIN DE BAGATELLE.
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    Posted 7 years ago

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    This is a second set of pictures as per request for more detailed angles of my 6 legged chair. Any information you may have to share about it would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!

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    1. MrsGraham, 7 years ago
      HA! Wow. That is definitely something. I can see why it stuck in your mind.
    2. fhrjr2 fhrjr2, 7 years ago
      Very nice photo's but a bit dark. I will stick with it being English walnut and very well aged at that. The type wood doesn't define where it was made and is just my opinion. If you are trying for an ancient antique I think you may need to regroup. Antique? YES! Super old? NO! I use the U.S. standard for an antique ( I have been burned before).
    3. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 7 years ago
      I can't tell what it uses for rollers? It obviously has a grove routed out for ball rollers. I needed a base for a band saw that would rotate & made a setup using a shallow routed circular grove in the base & top rotating piece & simply used marbles for rollers so that it could rotate 360 degrees & had a locking peg at 4 positions. Worked great! Works great for "lazy Susans" & etc.. Wood workers take note. If you have lost your marbles, they are cheap to replace.
    4. MrsGraham, 7 years ago
      Blunderbuss2 the last picture shows a close up of oneach of the rollers inset on the underside of the seat part. They mate with the groove shown in the top of the base part.
    5. blunderbuss2 blunderbuss2, 7 years ago
      I saw that when I went back & looked closer. Just waiting to see if I got any comments from wood workers. Glass marbles would have worked better & given less trouble.
    6. MrsGraham, 7 years ago
      I agree with you on the marbles.... no chance of corrosion or binding. I've used marbles for other unconventional applications as well like floating my old carousel cd player on them to fix a skipping bass issue.

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