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18 1/2" ( 47cm ) tall by 8 1/2" (22cm ) wide by 10 1/2" ( 26cm ) deep, pine doll's chair with original red milk paint, late 19th-early 20th Century, splayed legs with four stretchers, six spindle back ( 2 wide at edges, 4 thinner in center ), in excellent condition, simple but functional and sturdy with a country look. US$ 175.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

23" ( 58cm ) tall by 14" ( 36cm ) wide by 10" ( 25cm ) deep pine rocking chair for small child or larger doll ( about 30" is ideal ) with woven rush seat and original green milk paint ( worn in the areas the child would have sat ) with two turned spindle back and two lateral slats in back with the front and back stretchers higher than the side two. A functional yet attractive chair for either use or decoration. SOLD.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

35" ( 89cm ) tall by 14" ( 36cm ) wide by 10 1/2" 26cm ) deep early Windsor-style pine child's high chair with wonderful original red milk paint, fourteen spindles on the lower back row, with six vertical and two spindles angled forward on the top back row, held together solely but wooden pins and glue ( no metal screws ) . Original tray and front foot rest gone but is perfect of a larger early doll of any type and SO OLD ( late 18th-early 19th Century ) so one must be a bit forgiving of an item of this age. Extremely decorative as well as useful!  US$ 750.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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