Gorgeous Antique Authentic late 1800s Adam Colignon Folding Cruise Line Cane Steam Boat Deck Chair! An incredibly rare chair, certainly in this condition. All hardware appears original, the caninf on the seat and footrest look to have been redone decades ago, the back may even be original cane. The Collignon brothers held a number of patents for their folding chairs including the folding rocking chairs that were utilized by families traveling west in their Conastoga wagons. Their chairs are in the Smithsonian and often held by private galleries and museums.
The first Collignon chair factory was in business from 1857 to 1896 39 years. They used birch, maple or walnut in their construction.
A serious blow was delivered to the company's trade in 1890 when Great Britain's labor regulation demanded that all equipment aboard English registered vessels must be the product of British workmen. The factory Adam started in 1868 was operated until his death in 1931 (36 years).This chair was likely from between 1868 to 1890 area. Please feel free to ask any questions. Folded, the chair is merely 21x6x46. The item "Gorgeous Authentic late 1800s Adam Colignon Folding Cruise Line Cane Deck Chair" is in sale since Tuesday, May 25, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Furniture\Chairs". The seller is "storypiece" and is located in Providence, Rhode Island.
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