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What is "Post-and-rung chair" - Definition & Explanation

A basic chair style that consists of vertical posts and horizontal rungs. The continuous rear posts also form the supports for the back rest, which can consist of slats or spindles. The seat is usually woven, and is often trapezoidal in plan.

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