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updated 07 March 2011


We enjoy hearing from you and sharing with you the interesting pieces that were built by The Sikes Chair Company.


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This chair picture

came without a story....



This chair was offered for

sale on Ebay.  No story.
 


No story.




Claw footed dining table
and chairs


Another Secretary's Chair


Umbrella or Cane stand.


This chair is model 1339 and was

sent to us by the grandson of it's owner,
Mrs. R. H. McComas.



Original Woven Seat
No story.


One of a set of 4
dining chairs. No story.


Piano Chair.
No story.

      

Dining chairs with distinctive
"barley twist" legs, detailing on back and label.
         
Office Swivel Chair
auctioned on  E-bay.
  
No story.

Windsor Chair
No story.


Dresser offered for auction on E-Bay.

Anne Garcia wrote to share a picture
of one of seven oak chairs currently in
attic storage.



Howard Merrill sent this photo
of a Sikes Rocker he purchased
at an estate sale in
Clearwater, Florida
      

Jawwad J. Love sent these photos
of a cane bottom,
claw foot style Sikes Chair.
       

L. Brewer picked up her Sikes
chair at a garage sale in
San Rafal, CA ca 1990.
It is now  one of a kind.


This Morris Style chair was
manufactured in Buffalo
and found at auction on E-Bay.

Christine Davis wrote:  "My mother just gave me a chair I have loved since I was a child.  I turned it over to see what I could find out from the underside of the chair.  Sikes Chair Company #2664 is what I found on a paper label.  Also another  label which read:  Hampson, Mintle & Abbott, Inc. 99 West Main Street, Waterbury, Conn.  No picture.




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