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    Posted 7 years ago

    Thedude
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    I don't know what type of wood it is. It is 15 inches to the seat. Can you tell me anything about it?

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    1. Thedude, 7 years ago
      I found this chair on a burn pile.... I don't know much about it and would like to know anything... Possible age, type of wood, anything. Thanks
    2. vintageartworksU33 vintageartworksU33, 7 years ago
      I would say early 1940 'ish...my best guess from a photo. What makes me think that is the curvature of the 2 front rails. You don't see that very often, at least I haven't. In addition to that the way the rush seat is woven & the patina of the wood tells me it is a Ladder Back Reproduction but an old reproduction. Definitely one to keep or sell.
    3. vintageartworksU33 vintageartworksU33, 7 years ago
      I researched and found a set of 19th century chairs with the curved front rails and you can tell they are 1800's from the patina. From the photo I really think a '40's repro. Not sure about the wood.

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