HIWLH : 1990.81

BriefDescription: potty chair; child's potty arm chair, four plain spindles in the back between two decoratively turned outer spindles below a curved top rail, turned arms have two vertical holes in their ends to hold a food tray, now missing, seat has a circular hole to hold a chamber pot, legs have a turned bell-shaped motif and the front legs are joined by a plain elliptical shaped stretcher, probably made by William Brears and Sons of Addingham near Leeds; c1880

Maker (Company): William Brears and Sons

Place Made: Addingham

Date made (earliest or approximate): 1880

Accession number: HIWLH : 1990.81

potty chair; child’s potty arm chair, four plain spindles in the back between two decoratively turned outer spindles below a curved top rail, turned arms have two vertical holes in their ends to hold a food tray, now missing, seat has a circular hole to hold a chamber pot, legs have a turned bell-shaped motif and the front legs are joined by a plain elliptical shaped stretcher, probably made by William Brears and Sons of Addingham near Leeds; c1880

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