Pair of Rustic Country Weathered Armchairs

PAIR of Rustic (probably Mexican 1920s) Country style weathered oak and pine over scale Armchairs with brown leather seat and back with large nail head trim.
ITEM #
CER054
WIDTH
39.3"
STYLE
Rustic Adirondack
DEPTH
42.0"
COLOR
Brown
HEIGHT
35.0"
CATEGORY
Furniture > Seating > Armchairs
$17,500
In Stock
Qty: 1

Pair of Rustic Country Weathered Armchairs

In Stock
$17,500
Quantity: 1
PAIR of Rustic (probably Mexican 1920s) Country style weathered oak and pine over scale Armchairs with brown leather seat and back with large nail head trim.
ITEM #
CER054
WIDTH
39.3"
DEPTH
42.0"
HEIGHT
35.0"
STYLE
Rustic Adirondack
COLOR
Brown
Category
Furniture > Seating > Armchairs
Oak

Oak

A dense hardwood valued in furniture making for its durability and strength. It varies in shade depending on variety and can range from a lighter wood (white oak) to a deep reddish brown (red oak). It became popular during the Tudor period in England and remains a popular wood variety.

Pine

Pine

A popular wood for furniture-making, valued for its softness and workability. Because of its softness, it is more shock-absorbent than other hardwoods. It is a lighter wood in color, ranging from tan to a creamy white color, sometimes with dark, distinct knots. It is an extremely common wood variety.

Oak

Oak

A dense hardwood valued in furniture making for its durability and strength. It varies in shade depending on variety and can range from a lighter wood (white oak) to a deep reddish brown (red oak). It became popular during the Tudor period in England and remains a popular wood variety.

Pine

Pine

A popular wood for furniture-making, valued for its softness and workability. Because of its softness, it is more shock-absorbent than other hardwoods. It is a lighter wood in color, ranging from tan to a creamy white color, sometimes with dark, distinct knots. It is an extremely common wood variety.

Oak

Oak

A dense hardwood valued in furniture making for its durability and strength. It varies in shade depending on variety and can range from a lighter wood (white oak) to a deep reddish brown (red oak). It became popular during the Tudor period in England and remains a popular wood variety.

Pine

Pine

A popular wood for furniture-making, valued for its softness and workability. Because of its softness, it is more shock-absorbent than other hardwoods. It is a lighter wood in color, ranging from tan to a creamy white color, sometimes with dark, distinct knots. It is an extremely common wood variety.

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