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overall length: 31 in, width: 17.875 in, depth: 29 in, seat width: 17.5 in, seat height: 15 in
Rocking chair, small. Loosely woven wicker back and arms with braided wicker edging, wood seat frame with stamped quilted diamond motif leather seat tacked around edges, truned front legs and front stretcher, tpaered round back legs and staright round stretchers, 2 each side, one in back. Painted overall with black enamel (possibly) over badly chipped previous paint. MJA collection notes that this chair was "owned by May Cody Bradford in the 1880's." Provenance thus indicates this originated in the Bradford-Decker Collection.