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Set of 8 Oak and Leather Art Deco Dining Chairs Item # F0517

Circa 1930


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The ideal holiday gathering always culminates in a festive dinner. This set of perfectly aged solid and veneered oak dining chairs represent a stylistic bridge between Art Deco and Modernism, which means they bring design and history to the table. They originate in Belgium, and likely date from the late 1920s through mid-30s. Please note that the leather upholstery on the seats is very delicate. This means that the cushions, which have already weathered considerably, will continue to distress rapidly. You can either embrace the aging (which is our style) or plan to reupholster sometime in the future. See all photos for details on the condition of the leather seats, wood and finish.

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Set of 8 Oak and Leather Art Deco Dining Chairs

Circa 1930