1800's Walnut Rocking Chair w Carved Faces & Lions Paw Feet Bent Wood Stiles
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This is a rare, beautiful dark walnut rocking chair believed to be from the late 1800’s. This chair has large bentwood stiles that connect the gently curved arms to the crest rail. The splat and seat are upholstered in a tapestry looking fabric. The fabric is in great condition with no rips, tears, stains, or odors. The knuckle grip on the left arm has been repaired and there are nicks and scuffs on the arms and crest rail from general use. The front legs have carved Victorian style ladies heads just under the arms and lions paw and claw feet. There is a place on the left rocker that appears to have been repaired. Overall the chair is in very good condition for its age. I do not know the maker or exact date it was made. This rocker is antique and will not be perfect. This chair measures 35 3/8 inches tall, 25 ½ inches side to side and 33 inches front to back. It weighs 30 pounds.
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- Width: 33 inches
- Height: 35.25 inches
- Depth: 25.5 inches
- Weight: 30 pounds
- carved faces and lions paw feet