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Come see us at our new Most Excellent Designs showroom located in Lake Worth FL 33461. Offering One Of Our Recent Palm Beach Estate Fine Furniture Acquisitions Of A. (4) Antique Hand Carved Wood Oak Jacobean Spanish Revival Mission Style Dining Chairs.These are the kinds of chairs you would find in a Taos South Western Abobe Mansion. The Lifetime furniture company was formed 1911 as a merger of the Grand Rapids Bookcase Co.
And Barker Brothers Chair Co. And named the Grand Rapids Bookcase & Chair Co. It operated continuously until 1956 when it was merged into the John Widdicomb Company.
The company is best known for its mission style furniture trademarked in 1911 as Lifetime Cloister. These pieces resembled those designed by Harvey Ellis for Gustav Stickley but lack the delicacy of the Stickley designs and are generally heavier and more rectilinear. Typical Lifetime Cloister pieces are unadorned with massive, straight lines, occasionally broken by arched front rails.
Joints are mortise-and-tenon and finishes are mostly fumed oak. In 1913, the Lifetime Jacobean line was introduced with changes to the stiles and legs of the Lifetime Cloister design.Lifetime Furniture was introduced which slenderized while retaining the cloister designs but incorporated slight arches and attenuating curved brackets. The companys entire line was marketed using images of Monks and Southwestern Mission Churches in its catalog. Features: All hand carved with unique openings in fronts which act as footrests. 18 1/2 wide at seats. Have normal scratches and dings. The item "4 Antique Spanish Revival Mission Oak Jacobean Style Dining Chairs" is in sale since Saturday, December 14, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Furniture\Chairs". The seller is "mostexcellentdesigns" and is located in Lake Worth, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.