""Too low" isn't a measurement. They make low ones for dolls and/or kids. Standard height is 15 to 18 inches. Please measure seat and distance from seat top to floor. A lot of wicker furniture comes from the…"
A neighbor who lost her Mom said this rocker has been around 30-40 years. It's too low for her and she does not find it fits her body well. She is wondering about value and I have no idea. Anyone have any input ?No markings on the bottom etc.Thanks muchSee More
"My sister had a unique method of unloading antiques and collectibles. She called local brick and mortar antique store owners and invited them to her home. At 50% of market value they could take whatever they wanted. Cash…"
"Thank you Jeremy,
I am short and it fits me well. The neighbor gal passed away and the kids want to sell it. Yes it does have an adjustable back and is super comfy. I thought it would not be comfy at all until I sat in it, then I did not want to get…"
"It's a Victorian platform rocker, from the 1880s or 90s. It looks as though it has an adjustable back, which I haven't seen before on this type of rocker. I love Victorian furniture, but unfortunately it is not in demand these days.…"
"Looks like it would hold one (1) carton of smokes (10 pkgs). Check "tobacciana" for information. People collect everything! Leanne's findings seem high to me, but who knows. I'd guess the age at under 10 years."
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I really have no idea.
It looks old, and I'm sure they had the ability to make such a thing in the 19th century, but I don't know how to tell what the age really is."
"I haven't a clue. Had a thought that it might be bowling related. A hook shot usually ends up as a strike, unless it goes Boston and results in a 7-10 split. Maybe he shot a 300 game and got the pin/brooch as a prize."
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