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Side Chair, Arts & Crafts Style

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Side Chair, Arts & Crafts Style

1900 ca.

This chair from the Luce Furniture Company is rectangular in shape, and the cane seat tapers from wide in the front to narrower in back. The tapered back has a marquetry inlay on the center back panel, which appears to be a stylized tree motif. The legs are also tapered, and the front legs end in a pedestal style foot. Double stretchers connect the sides and single ones are at the front and back. 

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TitleSide Chair, Arts & Crafts Style
Date1900 ca.
FormatPhotograph
Notes

The measurements are: 41” high, 17 ¼ “ wide, 16” deep. The wood is mahogany.

The chair was donated to the Grand Rapids Public Museum by Dr. Mary S. Kitchel.

CollectionPermanent Collection
Rights

This image was reproduced with permission from the Grand Rapids Public Museum. Photographs may not be reused without permission and must credit the "Collections of the Grand Rapids Public Museum." For rights and reproduction information contact: Grand Rapids Public Museum, Collections Department, 272 Pearl Street NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49504: Phone 616-929-1809.

InstitutionGrand Rapids Public Museum
Physical Storage LocationGrand Rapids Public Museum Archives
Locationlocation on map


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