This iconic piece of Scottish furniture is in original condition it does have a slight fault in that the top right had edge of th. E straw back is coming away from the. Top edge I will leave the repair to new owner. Viewing can be arranged at. High Street West Malling Kent.
The chair style that we know today was standardised in around the 1850s by David Kirkness of Kirkwall. It is assumed that the straw back was used in the Orkney, Shetland and Fair Isles as no trees are able to grow due to the extreme weather conditions, and on the older chairs the frames are usually constructed from driftwood gathered from around the coastlines. The item "ARTS AND CRAFTS THATCHED BACK CHILD'S ORKNEY CHAIR ORIGINALLY MADE FOR LIBERTY" is in sale since Sunday, February 16, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Periods/Styles\Arts & Crafts Movement". The seller is "myeverlastingtreasures" and is located in Nettlestead.
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