This is an apprenticeship indenture, detailing the agreement made in 1884 between Oliver James Thompson of Naphill, who was putting forward Joseph Walker to be apprenticed to George Holt, a chairmaker of High Wycombe. The indenture states that Walker was to be trained...
An early 20th century chairmaking brace and bit used by chairmaker Alfred William Saunders of Stokenchurch. A brace and bit is used to bore holes needed to assemble a chair from its component parts. The bit in this tool has a line filed across the back, which was...
This print, produced around 1865, shows 141 styles of chair available for purchase from the Edwin Skull chair company of High Wycombe. The broadsheet print reads ‘Edwin Skull, manufacturer of every description of chairs, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire’. It also details...
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