Crafted of solid mahogany with an ebony finish, this sleek chair features a flawless woven cane on the back. Scrolled arms, gently winged back and ample room provide comfortable seating. This vintage sitting chair is in immaculate condition, to clean simple wipe with a damp cloth.
Crafted of solid mahogany with an ebony finish, this sleek chair features a flawless woven cane on the back. Scrolled arms, gently winged back and ample room provide comfortable seating. This vintage sitting chair is in immaculate condition, to clean simple wipe with a damp cloth.

Vintage Mahogany Sitting Chair with Cane Back

Regular price $649.00 Sale


FREE delivery in Frederick County, Maryland! For other locations, please message your zip code so I may provide cost for shipping before you order.

Crafted of solid mahogany with an ebony finish, this sleek chair features a flawless woven cane on the back. Scrolled arms, gently winged back and ample room provide comfortable seating. This vintage sitting chair is in immaculate condition, to clean simple wipe with a damp cloth.

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Dimensions:

Overall – 26”W x 23”D x 41-1/2”T

Seat – 22”W x 18”D

Back – 25”W x 26-1/2”T

Legs – 16”T

Weight – 9 lbs.

Arm to floor – 26”T

Although I estimate this piece was manufactured in the 1920s, the manufacturing date is unavailable, therefore I have described this piece as "vintage" and not "antique". I take the term "antique" very seriously and would only use it when year of manufacturing can be proven.

NOTE ON THESE ITEMS
This item was re-purposed, therefore it is not perfect or new. All items are previously loved and sold in perfectly imperfect shape unless otherwise noted in listing. Actual color(s) may slightly differ on your monitor/screen compared to in-person due to a difference in resolution and/or color settings.

CARE INSTRUCTIONS
As with any hand painted item, care instructions include not immersing in water to clean but simply wipe with a slightly damp, non-abrasive cloth. To help remove fingerprints simply buff furniture with a soft cloth.

SHIPPING
If outside of Frederick County, Maryland, please message your zip code for cost of shipping. Please allow me time to figure the cost of shipping before you order. No returns or exchanges. Don't hesitate to contact me if there are any problems with your order.

WARNING
As one should with any large/heavy piece of furniture shared in a household with small children, please install a Furniture Anti-Tipping Kit to the back of this piece to avoid tipping.

WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN "VINTAGE" AND “ANTIQUE”?
ETSY’S POLICY STATES ANY ITEM AT LEAST 20 YEARS OLD TO BE “VINTAGE”.
VINTAGE: This term has several different accepted meanings, and that can cause confusion. The loosest meaning implies that the item is of a fashion that was popular in a different era. Used in this sense, "VINTAGE" may not mean that it was produced in that era, but simply that it mimics the fashions of that era. This can cause trouble, because most people expect the term to mean something more when applied to something that is being bought or sold.
Many people expect it to have some standard of date applied to it. Accordingly, most experts in the trade have decided that the term "VINTAGE" refers to items that are over 50 years old, but less than 100. This kind of standard works when dealing with truly old, but not antique, items but falls short when using the term to describe something newer, and from a specific era.
If an item is said to be “VINTAGE”, then, it should, technically state the year, or the era, in which it was manufactured. Etsy fulfills this expectation.
ANTIQUE: When buying or selling an item labeled "ANTIQUE," trade standards suggest that the term should be reserved only for items greater than 100 years old. Outside of the practice of buying and selling items, however, use of the word "antique" can be understood to attach no specific age to an item. However, some hold to an 80 year marker. The 80 year marker considers the heritage of the item in that it reflects the span of two generations, with one generation traditionally considered to be the length of 40 years.