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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?

Does anyone believe I found five of these on a neighborhood street corner while walking by neighbor's dog?

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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

Thanks Craig.

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.

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