Rocking chair with u.s. army seal fabric

May 26, 2021. 00:19 UTC
Rocking chair with U.S. Army Seal fabric
KALI
United States of America

Category
Sculptures

Acquired from
Other

For sale
Yes
Description

This is original fabric. Looks like army seal. Eagle cannon cannon balls drums and arrows and us flag. Chair in great condition. All wood fits together only a couple screws in the whole chair. Fabric is connected with flower pins and small square head nails.

Provenance

A horder lady who had it since early 1900s and never sat in it.

Answered within about 11 hours
May 26, 11:47 UTC
By Delia

Fair Market Value

$75 - $125 USD

Suggested Asking Price

$125 USD
What does this mean?

Hi Kali,

Thank you for contacting Mearto with your appraisal inquiry.
If you'd like for your appraisal to include dimensions, which is customary, please forward in the comments section - at your convenience - the height, width and depth and I'll update this ASAP.
Based on the photos and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:

A Victorian bamboo turned walnut rocking armchair
Second half 19th Century
With stylized bamboo frame housed with rectangular back and seat with fabric printed with the US Army seal and medallions with drums all within foliate designs, raised on a cross-braced base, on rockers.
(DIMENSIONS)
CONDITION: client attests fabric to be original
PROVENANCE: acquired from a hoarder
$75-125*
*represents a fair-market value for auction purposes; retail or asking price may vary.

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