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Antique Mission Oak Limbert Arm Chair – long corbels #693

Product #F846E

Mission Oak Charles Limbert Arm Chair #693 with Long Corbels and original cuushion. This quarter sawn oak chair is s stamped on the underside – Limbert’s Furntiure made in Grand Rapids and Holland.
Measures 36″ height seat 29″ width and 27″ depth. Circa 1910. (note the original label on the underside of spring cushion seat with instructions how to care for leather) Leather seat has 32 springs and can have seat recovered properly.


Charles P. Limbert (1854-1923) was one of the most successful furniture leaders in the history of Grand Rapids and the Arts and Crafts movement in America. The furniture that bears his name is often the most extraordinary examples of Arts and Crafts furniture ever made, and to this day is highly sought after and seriously collected. “Charles P. Limbert Furniture Co.” started in Grand Rapids in 1902. Limbert’s provided several major custom orders of furniture for the Old Faithful Inn in Yellowstone National Park. The hotel is still filled with Limbert Rockers, Arm-Chairs and Settles.

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