Circa 1870, very stylish mahogany Victorian child’s chair, in the form of an adults armchair. The stylish flat back has a shaped underside and curved central splat. Two shaped arms come off the back and are held in position by 2 turned uprights. There are 2 apertures cut in the arms to retain a cross bar of solid cast brass to secure the child. There is a stuffover seat which is held in place by gimp and studding. The back legs are slightly out swept and the front legs are turned and tapered. A good example of a chair of this type.
- 52cm high x 44cm wide x 35cm deep.