1930 Vintage Rococo Dining Chairs Set 6 Louis XV Flower Carved Walnut Cane
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Antique and Vintage French Dining Chairs Product Details
36.50H x 18.50W x 17.25D
If you're looking for a very pretty set of vintage Rococo chairs, this set of six French vintage dining chairs could be the perfect answer! Crafted in the year 1930 in the Louis XV style, the walnut wood dining chairs are upholstered with cane/rattan on the seat and back. A sweet and simple five-petal flower creates the focal point on the center of the chair rail while a larger version of the same flower decorates the chair apron. Curvy cabriole legs are true to the classic Rococo style and sinuously curved stretchers form an elegant x-shape below the chair seat, ensuring that these delightful Rococo vintage dining chairs look just as enchanting below as they do above! Enjoy the Louis XV antique dining chairs in your French Country dining room, or as charming accent chairs in your living area or bedrooms. The airy cane will also make these antique chairs a graceful addition to a covered conservatory. Each chair in the set of 6 antique French Louis XV Rococo dining chairs measures 36.5 inches high, 18.5 inches wide and 17.25 inches deep.
Condition of this Antique and Vintage Dining Chairs
Used - Good
Shows normal wear to the finish and miscellaneous nicks, dings, and scratches due to age and use. Two chairs have holes in the cane on the back and one chair has holes in the cane on both the back and the seat. Cane needs restoration or upholstery.
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Shipping for this French Dining Chairs
Free shipping only applies within the Contiguous 48 United States and this item will be shipped via Greyhound Bus. Larger items (under 100 pounds) shipping via Greyhound are transported to your door by courier service. Greyhound service normally takes 1 to 3 weeks for delivery, depending on delivery location. Someone must be present to accept and sign for the delivery. All shipments include Insurance.
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