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Material Culture: A Queen Anne Style Carved Arm Chair from the 1950's that has been restored with vintage Equestrian Fox Hunt Horse Hounds upholstery fabric. The chair features maple legs, a matching pillow and the original down feather seat cushion.
Material culture is the aspect of social reality grounded in the objects and architecture that surround people. It includes the usage, consumption, creation, and trade of objects as well as the behaviors, norms, and rituals that the objects create or take part in. All of these physical aspects of a culture help to define it.
Era: Traditional Revival (1920 to 1950) - The Traditional Revival period marked a revival of earlier periods, primarily the Colonial and Federal periods, brought back by popular demand. This period relied on intricate inlays and veneers along with shapely turnings.
Condition: Excellent - Wear consistent with age and use
Dimensions: 23" Length by 32" width and 38" in height
Shipping and insurance cost included in sale price. This item is final sale and non-returnable. Everyone is welcome to visit our Gallery in Philadelphia to review material culture prior to purchase.
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