Superb And Rare Large C. Limbert Arm Chair W1311


This is an Antique mission Arts&Crafts period arm chair made in the early 1900’s in very good condition with great selection of quarter sawn oak.

The chair is no repairs or replace parts, sturdy and strong.

This is a superb C.?Limbert rare large arm chair mission arts&crafts period from the early 1900’s in great condition.

The chair is made of fantastic quarter sawn oak with good original finish.

The chair is branded as can be seen on the many images.

The chair had excellent and beautiful construction and is extremely thick and bulky. It is doubled pinned all over.

The original spring seat and the back cushion is recovered with top quality black leather with 100% cotton fill and hair(no foam fill).

This is a very desirable form (kind of cube form) in excellent condition and it is highly collectable.

No repairs or replace parts or breaks, sturdy and strong.

We will list over 2000 item on this site soon.

Please Note:

We offer investment quality furniture ready to enjoy in your home.‎
We do not sell furniture with all the problems typical with "As Is" auctions and estate purchases such ‎as:‎

  • Veneer issues (veneer lifting, missing, or veneer repairs)‎
  • Structural problems
  • Missing or replaced parts
  • Amateur glue and finish work.

We utilize a restoration technician who employs traditional methods and materials.‎
Furniture NOT properly restored does not protect your investment when you decide to sell it in the ‎future.‎
We guarantee every piece we sell 100%, all work is done properly to insure you will enjoy your ‎purchase for many years to come.‎

We do not sell furniture in estate condition.

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