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Gothic Tracery Cathedral Chair
 
Hand-carved solid mahogany antique replica is an investment in quality
With spires that reach toward the heavens, this incredible, quality mahogany chair is a masterwork reminiscent of Gothic architecture. Featuring hand-carving that takes nearly a week to create, this substantially sized antique replica will embellish your home as a signature piece of stunningly functional art. Placed with your other antiques, this chair becomes an instant family heirloom. A Toscano exclusive.

25"Wx20"Dx55"H. 30 lbs.
 
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AF1422
Was: $899.00
Now: $699.00
Rated 5 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by The centerpiece of my living room! The only reason that I don't own two of these magnificent chairs is because I currently don't have room...as soon as I move to a larger home, I will be ordering a second one! The Gothic Tracery Cathedral Chair is always a conversation starter whenever people come over, and imparts a feeling of grandeur even to our small home. The price isn't cheap, but this is a piece that will last your entire life so it is a great investment. The construction is sturdy and the details are jaw-dropping. It's one of the best purchased I have ever made. January 12, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by You can actually love a chair It may love back only in its looks and charm. This Gothic Tracery Chair is a must have. It is an elegant piece of furniture and well made. It must have been designed from the original (created way back in history) because it is actually comfortable to sit on without a cushion...something to do with the way the wood seat is carved, I am told. I love it. September 30, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by worth getting again I bought this chair several years ago and am now ordering another one because the original was damaged in a house fire. It is a very impressive piece that wows everyone who sees it. While not an easy chair, it is more comfortable than one might expect. The arms weren't attached as firmly as they should have been - my husband managed to break one loose while sitting in a leaning position - but I was able to get it repaired for nor much money. January 6, 2014
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