Windsor Children's Chair Elm - England XIX Century

Code :  ANSESE0139088

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Windsor Children's Chair Elm - England XIX Century

Code :  ANSESE0139088

not available

Windsor Children's Chair Elm - England XIX Century

Features

Age:  19th Century / 1801 - 1900

Origin:  England

Main essence:  Elm Badger

Description

Windsor children's chair, stamped on the side of the seat "Nicholson Rockley". George Nicholson ran the manufacturing company in Rockley, a small village near Retford in North Nottinghamshire, from 1828 until around 1840, producing the signature Windsor chairs. In yew wood, the seat is in elm.

Product Condition:
Product that due to age and wear requires restoration and resumption of polishing.

Dimensions (cm):
Height: 62
Width: 41,5
Depth: 40,5

Additional Information

Age: 19th Century / 1801 - 1900

19th Century / 1801 - 1900

Main essence:

Elm

Very hard and compact wood, which comes from ulmus campestris . It is distinguished by its reddish brown color. It was mainly used for rustic furniture in France, Holland and Scandinavia. In England, however, it was also used a lot in inlay work.

Badger

Obtained from the taxus baccata , it is a precious wood because it is hard and compact. With its characteristic reddish brown color with orange streaks, it is mainly used in veneers and inlays.
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