Antique Victorian Child 's Carved Rocking Chair Cane Seat Ebonized C1870 63
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Antique Victorian Child 's Carved Rocking Chair Cane Seat Ebonized c1870 Description
Black paint is worn in spots. The chair's structure is solid. The cane in seat is in very good condition, solid.
This is a very cool little chair. Very nice craftsmanship in the open work on the splat and top back, also the way the outer back brace ties into the seat to form a hip brace.
Look at photos of back closely to see the design carved into the back and splat.
Nicely turned front legs and stretcher brace across front of chair.
There is worn paint. It appears the wood is ash.
Yep, some little fellow is going to be real cool!
Measures approximately 30" high x 16" wide x 26" deepPictures are the exact item you will receive Shipping
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My name is Gregg Gardner and I have been restoring antique furniture for over 30 years. During this time I have collected many, many unique items. It is now time to clean out my storage units.
I am a son of a Carpenter/Contractor. Watching my father remodel Victorian homes was my initial contact with old world craftsmanship and wood working. From this exposure, I decided to pursue antique restoration as a profession. Over the years I have been a picker, a consultant for restorations, and an antique dealer. I thank all the old boys that helped me learn and understand what is truly worthy. I always seem to return to refinishing, repair, and building primitive reproductions. This venture combines all of my hard earned skills, abilities, and sharpened my eye to pick the best pieces for sale.Gardner Restorations We Make Wood Look Good!