Antique Victorian 1800's Honey Oak High Chair Folds To Stroller Cane Seat


Antique Victorian 1800's Honey Oak High Chair Folds To Stroller Cane Seat

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Antique Victorian 1800's Honey Oak High Chair Folds To Stroller Cane Seat :
$255


For sale in this sale is a Victorian Piece of functionalchildren sfurniture. It is a collapsible oak high chair with a beautiful honey colored patina. It collapses into a stroller with cast iron wheels. When it is set up as a chair the front two wheels are on the ground and the back two are lifted off the ground.The four wheels are all cast Iron as well as the rest of the hardware . The back head rest has an impressed design. It looks like everything is there and as you can see it folds down to a stroller with ease. When it’s all set up as a chair, it measures 17 inches wide,X 22 inches deep X, 40 inches high. It’s a very nice looking model duel use Victorian Golden Oak Wooden high chair that folds down to a stroller , and is all set to go into your home. mad low starting price $9.99




Antique Victorian 1800's Honey Oak High Chair Folds To Stroller Cane Seat :
$255

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