We have sprinkled many green-tagged items throughout the store, for your deal-hunting pleasure. Open this vintage treasure with a special key, and unlock a world of storage bliss. I recommend placing candy inside the glass-paneled hutch for your children to easily see (as motivation) and then hide the key and make them do chores to gain clues as to it’s location. (Whether or not the key can actually be found will be left up to your discretion…) I
YEEEHAWWW! Howdy, howdy, howdy partner! Check out this pretty little vintage chair – fit for a cowpoke just like you!
It’s rowdy, and yet, also kind of fancy and refined. If this juxtaposition doesn’t make you as uncomfortable as riding a horse without a saddle, then it might just be the chair you’ve been looking for.
*No cows were harmed in the making of this chair. The skull is another matter altogether…
The year is 1896. Some pretty important things happened in America that year. In January, Utah was added as the 45th State. The Yaqui Native Americans began uprising in Arizona and Mexico. In September, F. Scott Fitzgerald was born. And in December this chair was made.