CHILD SIZE CHAIR HANDMADE BY NATIVE AMERICAN INDIANS
- My Great Grandfather traded with the Native American Indians located in the Great Plains area of the U.S. during the period of 1862 - 1910.
- Chair is handmade by one of the tribes (unknown); wood with leather basket weave design.
- Some of the leather is missing on the bottom of front left leg.
- Chair is sturdy and heavy.
- Was used as a small child's chair back when, I used it for a large porcelain doll display.
- Aside from the missing leather, the chair is in great condition considering it's over 100 years old.
- Measures: Height = 33 in Width = 17 in Depth = 17 in
Please feel free to ask me any questions.
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