We are pleased to be offering today these two Victorian burl walnut parlor chairs dating from the 1880's in a gent’s chair and ladies chair. They do not match, but they came out of the same room in Vermont and the fabric is very similar. The arm chair is the catchy looking one with a Jenny Lind ladies head in the back in an oval multi-molded panel with burl walnut trim on both sides and incise carved buttons on the end. It sits on a round seat, multi-turn spindle leg, carved arm rests and carved arm supports. The overall size of the arm chair is 29 inches wide, 26 inches deep, 48 inches high to the back, 24 inches high to the arm and 18 inches high to the seat. The ladies chair is burl walnut incise carved crest, burl walnut carved trim coming down both sides, big hip rests, multi-turn bulbous front legs and a burl walnut front panel. The overall size of the ladies chair is 23 inches wide, 21 inches deep, 39 inches high to the crest and 18 inches high to the seat. The wooden frames are in nice shape. You can see where there is a seam where the tops come down from people lifting them over the years and it could use a little glue, but they are structurally sound. The fabric is an antique beige that could use a good cleaning. There are no rips or tears in the fabric. You are getting both chairs for one money even though they are not a perfect match. The listing price is the value of the arm chair, so it is like you are getting the ladies chair for free. Shipping starts at $285 for a driveway delivery in our normal area which is New England. Please contact us prior to purchase with your zip code to confirm what it would cost you if outside of New England for shipping.