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BID DATE:
06/18/2017 09:50 PM
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OLD CRICKET CHAIR (COMPLETELY RESTORED)

Age. Circa 1950s 60
Composition. See below
Size. 33 high x 24 wide
Rating: 9
Comments. This cricket chair has a solid maple frame and has professionally sewn cushions as well as skirt panel. It has arms, arched back rests and is somewhat heavy for its size. This chair has been professionally restored and even seats webbing has been replaced. The cushion as well as skirt are removable and there are zippers on the back of the cushions so you can gain access to the foam padding. The frames gray paint has very minor wear. This item is in very good shape with minor use wear and light soiling. All the hard work has been done in this one is ready to enjoy. A nice chair for the boudoir or even the living room and it is quite comfy too.

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