This is an antique Limbert hall chair from the early 1900's Mission and Arts & Crafts period in fair condition.
The piece is made of excellent quarter sawn oak with an original finish.
The chair has superb form with angled posts at the back and a thick plank seat.
There is a flared back stretcher and a wide front leg.
The front and back feature pinned through tenons and the upholstery has been redone in high quality black leather with brass tacks.
The chair is signed with brand and is numbered.
The one issue with the chair is a missing section of wood on the front leg.
This is not the result of a break but is a seam where two boards were joined.
It appears that the glue failed and the piece was lost.
A repair is very possible and would likely be invisible if done skillfully.