Lot 36    

Caned Carved Oak Armchairs
9/12/2012 - Decorative Art, Pottery, Toys and Collectibles: Online Auction
American, 20th century. A set of four oak armchairs with caned seats and backs, having  pierced foliate carved crests, ball finials and turned legs; ht. 44.75, seat ht. 17.75 in. 

Condition:  
One chair missing a spindle.
Sold: $84.00
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