This is a wooden doll rocking chair with upholstered seat, back, and arms. It’s long like a sewing chair. But for a doll. It’s a spring secured with screws that makes it rock. It’s in amazing condition besides one spot on the upholstery. The upholstery has studs to keep it in place. The uphold is cream and a mint green color rose pattern. It is 13.75” tall from top to ground. The base is 9.75” long. Measuring the side of the base. The front of the base measures 6.5”. There is a stamp on the inside of bass. It is a sun. (Circle wi the lines around it) With the letter D inside. The number 4_0. Can’t read middle number. The name is hard to read but I believe it says “DODGSON FURN MFG SACRAMENTO”!
Bought from an estate sale. Most of everything was from the 1900s to the 60s. I purchased this with a 1900s wicker baby bassinet. So I believe it would be from the same era. Not sure though.
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Based on the photos and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:
A late Victorian / Aesthetic Movement turned doll's sprung-platform rocking armchair
Made by Dodgson Furniture Mfg Co., Sacramento, Calif., late 19th century
The ring-turned cylidrical stiles and crest rail joined by a cream and mint-green floral silk upholstery, one platform stamped DODGSON / FURN MFG CO / SACRAMENTO
13 3.4 inches high, 6 1/2 inches wide, 9 3/4 inches long
PROVENANCE: acquired at an estate sale
*represents a fair-market value for auction purposes; retail or asking price may vary.
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