Rocking chair that is part of a matching Harrison bedroom set. The set is Renaissance Revival and the rocking chair has the image of Cleopatra in a medallion on the top back rail. Inlaid wood design below the medallion. The set came with second wife Mary Lord Harrison and are likely from New York. The chair was reupholstered in the 1970s.
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