Please see the attached image. Could you tell me what the technical term for this style of chair is? I have tried to research it on my own but cannot find any "Wing Chairs" with the exposed ladderback and am beginning to wonder if it is because it is a rare chair.
Answer this is mid century and is actually called a ladder back wing chair. some things do not fit into neat categories and this is one. during the 50-60s there were a lot of 'colonial revival' pieces built in maple, cherry, birch and beech, all light woods to replicate, rather loosely at times, items of the colonial times.
usually you see ones that had a removable cushion in the back but there was a line made as yours.
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