that is in simply pristine condition. It is definitely worth a visit to the site to check out the rest of the pictures.
This rocker is soooo awesome! The patented webbing appears to be in fairly good shape. One thing that is interesting is that the rocker doesn't use the patented springs. I don't know if this was made before Hunzinger invented his spring system. As of right now, there is still 23 hrs left on the auction. Check it out here:
Wow! You don't see these very often (my first time, actually). This drop arm settee was listed at $1,450 on ebay, but did not sell, so look for it in the future. You might also find it at Chatsworth-Auction-Rooms.
"Very fine and rare antique Victorian era George Hunzinger "Lollipop" drop arm settee ~ bench, c.1860, not marked. Having 25 stick & ball "Lollipop" spindles on rear with 8 flat topped spindles on the drop arms all strung together with a hidden brass rod. Single ball top finial arm support and standing on shaped Cabriole style legs with brass casters. Simple loose seat cushion. Older repairs to frame and seat board. Original finish with nice worn patina. Measures 40 inches wide X 34 1/2 inches high at rear."
A reader just sent in this fine Hunzinger chair. It appears to be in fantastic condition. I always enjoy posting these. Thanks again for sending the photo!