An antique oak mini lambing chair, a samplers piece or made for a doll or teddy. Early to mid 19th century.
It measures 9 1/2" tall x 5 3/4" at the widest point front to back x 4 1/4" from left to right.
A lambing chair is a wood boxed form of winged arm chair, usually without upholstery and is an example of regional vernacular furniture probably from the Lancashire & Yorkshire Dales in England, 1750–1850.
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