French Dining Chairs, Pair
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French Dining Chairs, Pair

Now: $395.00 Was: $495.00
Est. Arrival: Jan 28 - Feb 05
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Why we love this
Pair of French oak dining chairs carved with floral motifs on backs and seat aprons. Removable rush seats. Seats, 19"H. Some wear, chip on back leg, some rush damage.
Color: frame, brown; seat, tan
Condition: Very Good; some wear, chip on back leg, some rush damage
Dimensions: 17.75" L x 16.75" W x 41" H
Era: Vintage
Made In: France
Made Of: frame, oak; seat, rush
SKU: 77166296
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Jan 28 - Feb 05
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RETURNS: This item is non-returnable. See our Return Policy for details.
Vintique is the largest US-based importer of vintage and antique products from Europe. Lifelong designers and owners Darrell and Kimberly Lynn have lived in Stockholm, Bilbao, Tokyo, and Paris, and have developed an exclusive network of colleagues, all focused on value sourcing one-of-a-kind items. Vintique was selected by London-based Media 10 to be the only US Company showcased at the world’s premier furniture design event, Design Shanghai, in March 2016.
Why we love this
Pair of French oak dining chairs carved with floral motifs on backs and seat aprons. Removable rush seats. Seats, 19"H. Some wear, chip on back leg, some rush damage.
About the Seller
Vintique is the largest US-based importer of vintage and antique products from Europe. Lifelong designers and owners Darrell and Kimberly Lynn have lived in Stockholm, Bilbao, Tokyo, and Paris, and have developed an exclusive network of colleagues, all focused on value sourcing one-of-a-kind items. Vintique was selected by London-based Media 10 to be the only US Company showcased at the world’s premier furniture design event, Design Shanghai, in March 2016.