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BID DATE:
08/13/2018 03:24 PM
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MID CENTURY ARM CHAIR (GUNLOCKE)

Age. More than 60 years old
Composition. See below
Size. 32 high x 24 wide
Rating: 8
Comments. This Mid-Century chair was made by Gunlocke and has a hard wood frame with tapered legs, built-in armrests and a slightly tilted back. The woods finish has wear, scratches/scrapes, shade variations and a nice warm brown hue. The green vinyl upholstery has a faux leather grain design and is original to the chair. It is in sturdy shape with wear, soiling and has some small splits especially on the top right of the back as seen in our photo. Give it a cleaning and this chair will make a very nice addition to your Midcentury Modern decor. It is quite stylish, comfy and it would make a nice addition to your dining room table or any other room in your home.

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