Oak Hall Tree, Hall seat

This elegant hall tree has been restored. I do not mean it has been wiped with oil. We completely took this apart, reglued all the joints using hot hide glue which is historically correct and stronger than modern pva glues. It has been refinished using a penetrating oil dye stain to enhance the striking quarter sawn oak grain called tiger oak by many. For the top coat we used satin lacquer, hand rubbing between coats. Everything is good and right. The mirror was in poor condition so we removed the deteriorated silvering on the back then cut and placed a new mirror behind the original beveled mirror. You cannot tell to look.

This is a beauty, the inside of the seat well is as nice as the front.

Piece made around 1890-1900.

Measurements height 83.5 inches

depth at seat 16.5 width at seat 30 inches

width at front of arms 35.25 inches

width level with center of mirror 28.5

Item ID: rk160

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