HIWLH : 1995.92

BriefDescription: upside down windsor chair; used in the garden: when it the seat is wet it can be turned upside down, previously thought to be 18th century but chairs of this type were patented in 1906. . A conservator viewed the chair in August 2009 and thought the chair could be either date.

Maker (Company): Unknown

Date made (earliest or approximate): 1700

Date made (latest): 1799

Accession number: HIWLH : 1995.92

upside down windsor chair; used in the garden: when it the seat is wet it can be turned upside down, previously thought to be 18th century but chairs of this type were patented in 1906. . A conservator viewed the chair in August 2009 and thought the chair could be either date.

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