Victorian Side Chair, Walnut, Hand Carved, Late 1800's
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Very Solid, Statement Making Late 1800's Victorian Side Chair. Thick, heavy, and in great shape with a beautiful hand carved walnut frame. Newer wine colored velvet fabric. It is clean, from a very important estate near Atlanta, and is in great usable condition. This piece is available at an unbelievable price. Measures 26"D x 22"W x 31"H. Great Buy!
If you are not picking this up at our Oakwood, GA store, please call us for a shipping quote at 770-534-6611. We buy entire estates and pass the savings on to you. Preserving the Past is our Present to you at Aardvark-Antiques.
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We sell near perfect fine furniture by Baker, Henredon, & Henkel Harris. You'll find dining tables, conference tables & chairs by Stickley, Hickory Chair, Drexel, & E J Victor. We sell estate items: antique & vintage furniture, jewelry, paintings, sculptures & collectibles. Hablamos Espanol.
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4316 Mundy Mill Rd.
Oakwood, GA 30566
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526 E. Paces Ferry Rd.
Atlanta, GA 30305
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- Late 1800's
- Width: 22 inches
- Height: 31 inches
- Depth: 26 inches
- Weight: 0 pound