This is a Martha Washingto chair The straight back with a curved top rail is "closed" to the seat. (no daylight between) the ourside back is upholstered in one piece You usually need 3½ yards of plain fabric, more if the repeat is bigger than 9" The base price here is to strip and recover one Martha Washington chair WITHOUT replacing sub-fabricsor respringing inside back or seat. There is not way to tell without looking whether the seat-springs will need to be re-tied. They may be level and smooth but frayed and ready to break. It makes little sense to recover a seat with frayed spring twines. It is best to expect that the springe WILL need to be done unless you have knowledge that it is recently re-sprung professionally. EXTRAS would include: Upholstered ArmsA Welted Band on the Seat"Brass Nail" trimNew webbingRe-Tied Seat SpringsRe-Tied Back SpringsNew stuffingRe-Glue the frameet cetera These are listed separately because not all chairs have the same specificsWe are not responsible for specific add-ons that you have missed in your initial purchase.This is for estimating purposes only SHIPPING COSTS and ARRANGEMENTS, WHICH APPEAR ELSEWHERE ON THE SHOPPING CART DO NOT APPLY TO ITEMS IN THIS CATEGORY
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