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    Posted 10 years ago

    Patwestrick
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    Please, could someone have an idea or info about style and maybe time frame?
    I found a couple of them and l want to restore them, do you think Art Deco or 50s?

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    1. Patwestrick, 10 years ago
      Thanks!!! We just move to Merida Mexico and actually l bough them here...the floor is in my house a Colonial house.
    2. austrohungaro austrohungaro, 10 years ago
      No doubt it's 50s, and a real beauty. I hope you'll share a picture of them one reupholstered! :)
    3. Patwestrick, 10 years ago
      Thanks! Austrohungaro, it was a good catch! We pay almost nothing for them... And l believe is between At Deco and Mid Century 50s
    4. austrohungaro austrohungaro, 10 years ago
      those legs are unmistakeble 50s... late 40s as the earliest of cases
    5. austrohungaro austrohungaro, 10 years ago
      but don't forget they're most probably Mexican, meaning they cannot be as early as American or European designs.
    6. Patwestrick, 10 years ago
      Actually are made of Pine, the owner a friend of mine comment me that his uncle brought many furniture from Europe... And those are part of
      I send them already to be reupholster and obvious l would show them! I love your glass collection! Do you know about Christofle? I bough a coffe and tea pots

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