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Here I am with something other than glass: wood! Quarter sawn oak, to be precise. The best descriptions I can give are in the picture and thread title. These were made by the Phoenix Chair Company.
I have found two catalogs online but can't find this particular design. I know them to be Phoenix for the label on the underside of one. 1885-1886 and 1900/1999? [Sic] are the two catalogs I have found.
Does anyone have other info? Date? Style?
probly a kitchen chair as a shorter back
looks to be a good quality chair with 7 or 8 spindles in the base
i prob would say later not earlier age as a plainer chair,
unless you have the total catalog from that year some of these companies made 1,000 patterns of chair including contract work
It make sense they would be a later chair. These guy's were getting going in the late 1800's, still Victorian. The only complete catalogs I have found are for the earlier pieces or fancy shmancy pieces with cloth, and small sets.