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5 file(s) by: Diane Foley
Created: Jan 24, 2011
Early American (1800's-Early 1900's Antique Solid Oak Dining Chair (s Oak Appears To Be "Tiger Oak". Bought This Set Of 6 Solid Oak Chairs in 1977 In Leesburg, VA, From An Antique Furniture Store. Paid $110.00 Each At That Time, 34 Years Ago. All In Very Good Condition. Lovely, Simple Style Chairs With Some Decorative Scrolling On The Bottom Front 2 Supports Of Each Chair. Decoratively Designed Solid Oak Chair Back Support.
5 file(s) by: Rockford Superi...
Created: Aug 27, 2011
I have my grandparents' dining room table and chairs. They got married and purchased it used, though I am not sure when. They had the chairs re-upholstered, so I know the fabric is not original.
2 file(s) by: Digitoes
Created: Aug 12, 2011
These two handmade antique side chairs have caned seats in excellent shape. I think the wood is tiger maple. They are both inscribed on the bottom of each chair with "William & Eliz. Miller Ollechnr, 1847" I'm not too sure of the spelling of the last name. I'm not positive but I think they are American made, possibly Amish? Any help would be great on their origin and value. Thanks! I love the show; very informative.
8 file(s) by: Bethany
Created: Nov 15, 2011
Pair of heirloom chairs. We were told they came to America on a boat from England. The arms and back of the chairs are a crushed velvet with metal studs lining the wooden trim. The wooden legs are very thin and curved with minimal carving. The arms are curved and are tufted with buttons on the outside and inside. The print on the body of the chair is an eagle holding arrows in one talon and a bunch of wheat in the other.
9 file(s) by: Heather Cavende...
Created: Apr 12, 2011
Excellent Condition, Unique WV heritage Heirlooms