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Antique Wooden School Chair Cast Iron Base

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:: Awesome rustic, primitive, and industrial antique wooden kid's school chair (that is great for adults too!) with an amazingly sturdy cast iron base reading "H3". This piece of vintage furniture was built to last and is in great condition considering its age (around 90-100 years old but honestly could be much much older; we are just guessing circa 1905). At some point in its long life, little flowers were painted on the back of the seat as you can see in the photographs, and we think this is a charming little addition to its story as this little art addition was most likely done circa 1930s-1950s.

:: Stands 32" tall and the seat is 15.5" wide, and the seat height can be adjusted.

:: Besides shipping, free pick-up from zip code 10583 is available or delivery to you at a determined fee if you are within 120 miles away. **If shipping is selected, be aware that we may have to ship this item via Greyhound Package Express Freight which simply means it will not arrive at your doorstep and instead, we will contact you soon after check-out to see where the nearest station to you is for a pick-up.

:: More photographs and international shipping options available upon request.

:: Check out all of our great items in our shop -- http://www.etsy.com/shop/oldnewhouse

Antique Wooden School Chair Cast Iron Base


  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Materials: wood, cast iron, paint
  • Only ships within United States.
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