By Alex Marchal. chair. Published at Friday, February 23rd, 2018 - 02:18:00 AM.
Nursing chairs became very popular in England during Victorian times. At first only the upper crust and well to do had them. Over time the rest of us have purchased and enjoyed the use of nursing chairs.
These are not cheap investments - you can expect to pay four to five digit figures - but definitely fulfilling, especially for those who love to collect antiques. One of the rules with antique chairs is that, the older and more worn out the condition, the greater the value. The quality of the workmanship and the amount of imperfections (remember this is a good thing) would also influence its pricing. If there are any replaced parts in it, the cost would - and it should - most likely go down.
Antique chairs are completely unrivaled when it comes to their highly elegant and intricate wood carving designs and construction. These beautiful furniture pieces use different materials, styles, and finishes that are unique to the period they were created. Antique chairs - if properly evaluated and used - will definitely bring in more substance and historical value into any room.
Curule: This antique chair has cross legs, in such a way that it looks like an interlocked U-shaped structure or, to many, it can be like a curved X-like structure. This light weight, thus portable, furniture product has a low back and is an attractive representative of the bygone emperors' period. With the passage of time, these chairs started to be recognized as the scissor chairs and eventually lost their use with the passage of time.
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