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QUALITY OLD MAHOGANY ARM CHAIR (REPAIRED)

Age. More than 60 years old
Composition. See below
Size. 37 high x 22 wide
Rating: 5
Comments. Made of solid mahogany this chair has a formed seat, fancy cut back slat and full arms with rounded fronts. Made by Michigan Chair Company in Grand Rapids it has arched front legs, curved arm supports and is heavy for its size. The original finish has wear, shade variations, fine crazing and scratches/scrapes. This chair has normal use wear, wood wear, small, shallow wood dents and the repair split on one of the back supports needs to be repaired again. Needs work but when done it will make a nice chair for your antique desk or a side chair for your dining room table.

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