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Crown Chair, Ca 1955, Los Angeles
The chair was made in Los Angeles, California, by the father of our client. He was an upholsterer at the Crown Company in downtown lalaland. All the innards were cleaned and restored exactly as they were originally. The new showcover … Continue reading
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