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ANTIQUE BAMBOO & WICKER TABLE WITH (2) CHAIRS

Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. See below
Size. See below
Rating: 7
Comments. The pieces in this lot have hardwood frames which are covered in flat woven wicker and there are bent bamboo embellishments. The set features a 28” high, 39” wide, 26” deep table as well as a pair of 29” high chairs which have triangular shaped seat which fits nicely underneath the table. The chairs have hardwood frames with grooved designs, pressed in cane seat panels and a fancy woven back design. Their white paint has wear, chips, scratches/scrapes and a redo wouldn’t hurt. This set is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, has wood wear and soiling/stains. There are breaks as well as missing pieces in the woven wicker on the table top as seen in our photo and a pressed in cane seat panel needs to be replaced on one of chairs. This set need some work but when done it would make a nice addition to your sunroom or a covered porch.

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