Horn & Antler Child's Arm Chair

Rustic Continental horn & antler child's arm chair with fur and yellow suede upholstered seat. (19th Cent)
ITEM #
053385
WIDTH
22.0"
STYLE
Rustic Horn/antler
DEPTH
26.0"
COLOR
Brown, Yellow
HEIGHT
29.0"
CATEGORY
Funiture
$3,500
In Stock
Qty: 1

Horn & Antler Child's Arm Chair

In Stock
$3,500
Quantity: 1
Rustic Continental horn & antler child's arm chair with fur and yellow suede upholstered seat. (19th Cent)
ITEM #
053385
WIDTH
22.0"
DEPTH
26.0"
HEIGHT
29.0"
STYLE
Rustic Horn/antler
COLOR
Brown, Yellow
Category
Funiture
Horn & Antler

Horn & Antler

A rustic furniture style that employs animal horns and antlers retained as game trophies as major decorative components. Horns and antlers were used often in the 15th and 16th centuries to decorate chandeliers. In the 18th century they became components of chairs, tables, and other pieces of furniture. Many horn and antler furniture pieces were made in England, Germany, and Austria for the European trade. The style saw a revival in 19th century Texas when it became popular to make furniture and lighting from the horns of the Texas longhorn steer.

Horn & Antler

Horn & Antler

A rustic furniture style that employs animal horns and antlers retained as game trophies as major decorative components. Horns and antlers were used often in the 15th and 16th centuries to decorate chandeliers. In the 18th century they became components of chairs, tables, and other pieces of furniture. Many horn and antler furniture pieces were made in England, Germany, and Austria for the European trade. The style saw a revival in 19th century Texas when it became popular to make furniture and lighting from the horns of the Texas longhorn steer.

Horn & Antler

Horn & Antler

A rustic furniture style that employs animal horns and antlers retained as game trophies as major decorative components. Horns and antlers were used often in the 15th and 16th centuries to decorate chandeliers. In the 18th century they became components of chairs, tables, and other pieces of furniture. Many horn and antler furniture pieces were made in England, Germany, and Austria for the European trade. The style saw a revival in 19th century Texas when it became popular to make furniture and lighting from the horns of the Texas longhorn steer.

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