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Pair of Side Chairs Beige Vinyl & Antiqued Brass Nail Head Trim Attributed to A. Brandt Ranch Oak
Wonderful pair of side chairs reupholstered in beige vinyl or faux leather with antiqued brass nail head trim details attributed to Ranch Oak by A. Brandt Company. Beautiful condition, keeping in mind that these are vintage and not new so will have signs of use and wear. We do believe these were recently reupholstered. Please see photos and zoom in for details. We attempt to portray any imperfections. Circa, Mid-20th to Late-20th Century.
- Height – 37 Inches
- Width – 17.5 Inches
- Depth – 20.5 Inches
- Seat Height – 19 Inches
- Inside Seat Width – 17.5 Inches
- Inside Seat Depth – 15.5 Inches
- Inside Back Height – 18.5 Inches
- Weight – 19.35 Pounds Each
- Height – 44 Inches
- Width – 24 Inches
- Depth – 34 Inches
- Weight Boxed – 60 Pounds
- Weight Crated – 130 Pounds
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Aren’t these side chairs AWESOME????? We have a pair of wonderful side chairs attributed to the Ranch Oak line from A. Brandt Company to offer to you!! Prior to our obtaining them they were reupholstered (and that’s when we think the Ranch Oak tag disappeared!) in a gorgeous beige vinyl or faux leather and re-adorned with the signature Ranch Oak antiqued brass nail head trim… it’s a simple but striking detail!! These side chairs are comprised of a sturdy frame with solid oak stretchers between the base of the legs and a classic Ranch Oak framed seat back. They are exactly what you need for that perfect extra seating in your rustic living room or at your ranch style kitchen, dining, or game table. Or…maybe you have a modern country breakfast nook or western style rec room in your mountain cabin home that needs just the right pair of chairs? Look no further! You just found them! Honestly, you can’t go wrong with anything attributed to Ranch Oak… You need to make them yours!