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Deborah Shenton replied to Deborah Shenton's discussion any knowledge about this pair of chairs? in the group Whadja Find Today
"great, i will try those keywords thank you!"
Aug 20, 2015
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Deborah Shenton's discussion any knowledge about this pair of chairs? in the group Whadja Find Today
"You'll find the same style of chairs using French Directoire/Empire styles as you will in Italian Director's chairs. Also in "curved back" and "barrel back"chairs. Also check "Hollywood Regency" (1930-40)…"
Aug 20, 2015
Deborah Shenton replied to Deborah Shenton's discussion any knowledge about this pair of chairs? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Thank you Tom for taking the time to consider what these chairs are and for your imput  . Cheers!"
Aug 18, 2015
Deborah Shenton replied to Deborah Shenton's discussion any knowledge about this pair of chairs? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Thanks Jeff for taking the time to respond to my post. This gives me enough information to at least know where to start. Cheers!"
Aug 18, 2015
Jeff Guy replied to Deborah Shenton's discussion any knowledge about this pair of chairs? in the group Whadja Find Today
"Not that old. 20th century, probably mid 20th century. I don't see evidence of horsehair; that upholstery webbing is still available and being used. Not Italian director's chairs, but French Directoire or French Empire style."
Aug 18, 2015
tomsantiquesetcetera replied to Deborah Shenton's discussion any knowledge about this pair of chairs? in the group Whadja Find Today
"My guess (not confirmed) is Italian Director's Chair, late 19th Century (1880s-1910).  You are right that under the seat it looks like it originally was a horsehair stuffed seat.  Overall they look pretty, but as a purist I'd…"
Aug 17, 2015
Deborah Shenton added a discussion to the group Whadja Find Today
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any knowledge about this pair of chairs?

These chairs are wood that someone has painted. underneath the seat indicates they are fairly old. cant figure out what period or style they are. HELP :0)IMG_20150813_113310150.jpg…See More
Aug 16, 2015
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The group that will help you figure out what you found, inherited, acquired. Thousands of members assist you with identification and evaluation of antiques, collectibles, art.  See More
Aug 16, 2015
Deborah Shenton replied to Deborah Shenton's discussion Royal Jackson China with no marks in the group China Chat: Elegant Antique and Vintage Porcelain China
"Thank you Ellene for the response and resources. Very helpful!"
Dec 15, 2013
Ellene Meece replied to Deborah Shenton's discussion Royal Jackson China with no marks in the group China Chat: Elegant Antique and Vintage Porcelain China
"Deborah, I see a lot of Royal Jackson china pieces on market sites that say 'unmarked.' I wouldn't say they are not authentic. In fact, here's several on Tias. And here's Replacements inventory -where the photos may show if…"
Dec 15, 2013
Deborah Shenton replied to Deborah Shenton's discussion Can someone please describe this chair for me? in the group Furniture Antique and Vintage
Dec 14, 2013
Deborah Shenton replied to Deborah Shenton's discussion Can someone please describe this chair for me? in the group Furniture Antique and Vintage
"Thank you Craig for the tips on helping me make my discussions more user friendly as well as your observations about the chair.   Very helpful !  What style would I call it?   Sorry about the tiny font, I can't find where to…"
Dec 14, 2013
Craig Phillips / B & C Emporium replied to Deborah Shenton's discussion Can someone please describe this chair for me? in the group Furniture Antique and Vintage
"it is easier for us to look at pictures in the artical than attachments  in the line of giberish about where I reply the 2nd box from the left the one that looks like a mini sea scape click on that one   and follow the insturctions and…"
Dec 14, 2013
Deborah Shenton replied to Deborah Shenton's discussion Can someone please describe this chair for me? in the group Furniture Antique and Vintage
"Thank you Laura! The seat is not caned. I will add more pictures......"
Dec 14, 2013
Laura Pierce replied to Deborah Shenton's discussion Can someone please describe this chair for me? in the group Furniture Antique and Vintage
"This is an interesting chair.  Is the seat caned?  If so, I would consider it to be Louis-Philippe STYLE with urn shaped splat surmounted by a C scroll and acanthus carved cresting, joined by scrolling arms and raised…"
Dec 14, 2013
Deborah Shenton added a discussion to the group Furniture Antique and Vintage
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Can someone please describe this chair for me?

I am new at collecting beautiful antiques. This is my very first piece. All I know is that it is beautiful and it is a commode chair. I was told it is from the 1800's. I don't know anything more about it. Can someone please give me some insight as to what it is and if it has any value.Thanks!See More
Dec 14, 2013

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At 6:19am on December 14, 2013, kathy park said…

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