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Turned Oak Tavern Chair Item # F8237

Circa 1910s


Comprised of perfectly weathered oak, this turned armchair was originally found in an Odd Fellows fraternal order hall. Note the hand-painted pin-striping details, the cove and bead-turned legs and spindles and the uniquely formed seat. Also note that these chairs have plenty of scratches and cracks, all repaired by our expert team of restoration craftsmen. As comfortable as it is solid, we recommend enjoying this piece in your home office or study, or perhaps using it as a unique dining chair. Sold individually, but please check with customer services about available quantities.

  • Historical Style: Traditional
  • Condition notes: Plenty of wear in the wood and finish and a few cracks. All issues have been repairs and smoothed over, but please see detailed photos for a closer look.

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Turned Oak Tavern Chair

Circa 1910s