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    Posted 9 years ago

    wnp
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    I found a Victorian era rocker with a unique rush pattern.. Don't know much about it but I like it's lines.

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    1. wnp, 9 years ago
      Does anyone have any idea who made this or where it was made? It doesn't have any markings that I could find. Thanks, wnp
    2. BHock45 BHock45, 9 years ago
      Hmm.. Nice chair. Welcome to CW. Perhaps you can add some close ups of the joints and other detail? Usually chairs like these were made in a shop or small manufacturing plant. They were not usually marked or signed, unless made by someone famous. Sometimes you may be lucky enough to find a Patent number or date. Does this chair fold?

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