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    Posted 10 years ago

    bella1976
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    This chair has been in the family for a very long time, I don't know where it came from or the how old it is.

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    1. musikchoo musikchoo, 10 years ago
      Thats a Beautiful Rockin Chair !!
    2. BHock45 BHock45, 10 years ago
      Very beautiful, very unique. Nice patina in the picture furthest to the right. It reminds me of a cross between a victorian style armchair and a ancient Chinese/Japanese Chair. It looks very heavy is it?
    3. mizjane, 10 years ago
      This chair is incredible! I've never seen anything like it. What type of wood is it?
    4. Wills, 9 years ago
      Wow! Nice rocking chair! I see this is a bit late (a year) but you appear to have a brilliant and quite rare, English Jacobean rocker. Probably from the late 1920-1930 revival period. That's a keeper!
    5. Bwoodring, 9 years ago
      I also have this chair. It was given to my father-in law when he was a teenager. He was born 1919.

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