Origin: New Mexico, likely from Taos
Date: Circa 1900
Media: Pine wood
Dimensions: 34″ tall, 18.5″ deep, 14″ wide
Description: This mortise and tenon Pueblo household chair has much charm. The seat sits lower to the ground, and the rails go high above the seat, making for a lot of character. The seat is longer than it is wide, accentuating the form even more. The patina is wonderful.
Condition: Remnants of old brown paint remain throughout the chair. The chair is solid to the floor with no weak joints.