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Posted 5 years ago


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just found this website and love it. live in buffalo ny. here is a chair that was my moms in the basement for quite some time would like to know anything about it.i think art deco but could be wrong.thanks for your time

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  1. viking6764 viking6764, 5 years ago
    thnx bellin68, love them too will be refininishing them soon i have a set of six.
  2. austrohungaro austrohungaro, 5 years ago
    Of course it's Art Deco! The use of Aztec patterns was very popular at the time. So good your mother kept them at her basement!
  3. viking6764 viking6764, 5 years ago
    Thanks austrohungaro:aztec is the pattern?wish i new who made them and where.thanks again
  4. austrohungaro austrohungaro, 5 years ago
    Well, I see it as Aztec because that's the kind of indian decoration i know better, but it probably is some kind of Native American decoration... You can see simmilar patterns in Art Déco buildings in the States, México, Brazil... for in many of these countries Art Déco was the first style that allowed to use their own cultural language. There is this city in Northern Spain called Gijón where you can see a lot of this native patterns and that's due to the huge ammount of people in that area who migrated to the Americas and once back in Spain in the 30s they buildt their houses using this patterns...
  5. viking6764 viking6764, 5 years ago
    Austrohungaro:thank you for the info learn something new today,thank you for your time.
  6. austrohungaro austrohungaro, 5 years ago
    My pleasure!

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