Chair, early 19th century

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Date:1800 - 1850 (c.)

Description:Child's wooden Windsor chair. Windsor chairs were usually made of several different woods - beech for the 'turned' parts, like the legs; elm for the seat; ash for the bowed back. Buckinghamshire was the centre for Windsor chair making.

Early 19th century

Marston Green.
[Formerly in Warwickshire, but now in the West Midlands]

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Source: Warwickshire County Museums

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