When I picked up these awesome gothic chairs about year ago at an auction, when i bought them I had such vision for them but there was some elbow grease needed for these chairs but add that to a list of a plethora of a million other projects I want to do plus continually update our Starlite Vintiqs booth on a regular basis – which means doing inventory researching to find the best prices for our customers and then posting sharing and marketing on Offerup & Craigslist Facebook & Twitter then being a wife to my amazing hubby, I just haven’t found the time. 🙁
The hubby has been asking what I was going to do with these because we just don’t have the space for them in our 2100 sft home and 10 x 10 shed and every other nook and cranny, I have so much inventory waiting to go out on the floor. I keep meaning to put on Craigslist too but needed to take pictures.
So two days ago I was in my booth at the Mid-Cities Antique Mall when a 20-something woman was looking around my booth. I asked her if she was looking for anything in particular. She said she was looking for some dining So I told her about these chairs and said to msg me on my Facebook page. So I received her msg. Now it was motivation to get pictures taken. So I got them out of storage and cleaned them up. Then sent her the pictures. I’m waiting to see if she is still interested in these Black Vinyl Wooden Chairs with brass studs on chair back!
There are some minor repairs needed just need some diy know-how to make these beautiful again! There are a few minor scratches & scuffs to the vinyl but I think that gives it way more character! They are Super kewl chairs with a Gothic flair to them. There are no labels but from the wood work I’d say these are mid 60’s era. The 4 standard chairs are 34″ x 17″ x 18″ and the Captain chair is 34″ x 24″ x 19″.
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