This is a set of 5 antique Arts & Crafts V-back dining chairs from the early 1900’s Mission period in very good condition.
The chairs are made of quarter sawn oak with an overcoated finish.
They are extremely thick and bulky and have a design reminiscent of Gustav Stickley.
The crest rail has a V shape with slats underneath and every joint is pegged at least once as you can see in the pictures.
They have new leather upholstery and have a very attractive look as well as being very functional.