This is a very nice antique settle and cube chair set from the Mission and Arts & Crafts period in the early 1900s in very good condition.
The pair is made of a fantastic selection of quarter sawn oak with excellent figuring and a good refinish.
They have desirable form with even arms and thin slats all around.
There are large through tenons at the front and back of the bottom and on the back of the top as well.
They are pinned all over and are very sturdy and strong.
They are very thick and heavy (constructed of 1″ thick boards).
The craftsmanship is excellent, though they are unsigned.
They cushions are covered in high quality, hand rubbed leather and are very thick and comfortable.
This is a very attractive pair with a very decorative look.