This pair of chairs features woven cane seats, a natural oak finish and bentwood frames, which provide ample allure and elegant style.
Founded nearly 50 years ago, Sarreid began as a go-to resource for antiques with a distinctive style. It wasn’t long before the company started to add its own designs into the mix, adapting time-honored techniques of master craftsmen to create unique treasures for the modern home. Known for enduring style and quality, Sarreid’s timeless products are destined to become tomorrow’s classics.
Pair of cane-back chairs with new black finish
and reupholstered in a vintage Kravet animal-print fabric. Original labels re-attached read "Manufactured by Chaircraft, Hickory, NC". Seat, 18"H.
Pair of French-style carved wood armchairs with woven
cane backs and upholstered seats. The frames and caning is painted. Seat and arm fabric is frayed and marked. Caned backs are in very good condition. Seat, 16.5"H; arm, 24.5"H.
Pair of 1960s hall/dining chairs with frames styled
in the manner of braided lengths of rope. The chair seats are newly upholstered in an Indian-block printed fabric in shades of red, pink, green, and white, and the back is fitted ...