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Vintage

Caned-Seat Armchairs, Pair

For Love of Home

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Caned-Seat Armchairs, Pair
Caned-Seat Armchairs, Pair
Caned-Seat Armchairs, Pair
Caned-Seat Armchairs, Pair

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1910-1950

Condition:

Excellent

Materials:

wood/caning

Size:

20.5" L x 16" W x 35.5" H

Color/Finish:

green/gray

Why We Love This

Elegant pair of vintage painted armchairs with caned seats, probably English, circa 1950.
As described by For Love of Home

Why We Love This

Elegant pair of vintage painted armchairs with caned seats, probably English, circa 1950.

About For Love of Home

For Love of Home is a tiny, eclectic jewel offering one-of-a-kind artworks, antiques, decorative accessories and furnishings. Each piece is personally selected for pedigree, age and aesthetic appeal to complement both traditional and modern interiors. Midcentury Italian glass, French opaline, hand-painted boxes and trays and Asian devotional figures are a few of the treasures chosen by Los Angeles-based owner Catherine Richardson, a former associate editor for Architectural Digest.