Axton Chair
Date Added: 27 June 2009
This chair in the bottle has a loosely woven red thread seat The cross members and back pieces of the chair are made of thin pieces of wood. The holes for the these cross members extend thru the legs of the chair. The legs are an interesting design. While each of the four legs are made of a single piece of wood, each has a "stepped" design. Embossed in the 9 1/2" bottle is the name Duraglas. The trick stopper has a cross piece made of a single piece of wood. The total height of the chair in the bottle is 11 1/2".
Type: Chair   Maker's Name: Axton, Roscoe
Category: Furniture   Made Where: Elk City, Okalahoma
Bottle Size: 7 1/4" x 2 3/4"   Year Made: 1940 - 1950
Bottle Type: Duraglas