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Title:  

Victorian folding chair, wooden (possibly walnut)…
Date:
1860s-1880s

Content Description: 

Victorian folding chair, wooden (possibly walnut) with cloth upholstered seat c.1860s-1880s. Originally from the Ensor-Keenan House in Eau Claire. Metal buttons on intricate wooden design (turned legs), including circles and spheres. Cloth upholstered seat is beige with house designs enclosed in a ring of brown flowers.

Physical Description: 

Chair, Folding

Location:
1705 Hampton Street,South Carolina,Columbia,29201
Identifier:
2005.13.1

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