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I'm using my grandmother's oak dinette set and would love to have two more chairs. I've never seen exact matches, which surprises me, because my set doesn't seem like it was very expensive originally. I don't mind refinishing, as my set has been painted several colors over the decades. I'm in Northern California. My email is spectrum@sonic.net. Thanks in advance!

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We have 800 chairs in the shop but yours would be unique in there!

Your chairs don't match the table. Different legs and designs. Same wood (white Oak) is the only similarity I can see. I think turned legs on your chairs would look better with that table and you might have better luck finding a set of 6 or 8.  Perhaps put your subject chairs around a card or game table. Just thinkin' out loud.

It's a little hard to see in my photo but the front legs match the table. My aunt had an identical set; she and my grandmother purchased new at the same time. Unfortunately, her family got rid of them before I had a chance to obtain the chairs. I just bought two chairs that I believe were made by the same maker; the seat and legs are almost a perfect match.

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