Vintage wood lounge chair, perhaps Stickley or Arts and Crafts? It is a low chair with turned wood on the sides. It is 16 inches from the eat to the floor and 31 inches wide.
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Based on the photos and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:
An English Colonial revival carved hardwood "plantation" armchair
second quarter 20th Century
in the British Colonial taste popular among colonized islands (though lacking reclining feature), with vertical shaped "wings," slat back, the shaped horizontal arms raised on two turned supports, over a seat fitted with metal supports, all raised on short turned legs joined by a box stretcher. With (nylon/synthetic?) upholstered squab cushions.
31 inches wide
CONDITION: not examined in person but appears to be in good condition with wear commensurate to age and use.
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