Seating

Child's High Chair in Ash and Rippled Ash
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This high chair was designed for a three and a half year old boy called Arthur. It was deliberately designed to be 'throne-like' in appearance. He seems to like eating his lunch whilst sitting on King Arthur's throne!

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The splats at the back of the chair have all been curved in two directions to provide some lumber support. These curves were achieved by steam-bending the individual Ash pieces.

The chair has a foot step on the front stretcher to help a small person climbing up and getting down.

The 'Leaf and Berry' Stool
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The 'Leaf and Berry' stool has a frame made of Ash and a seat made of a contrasting hardwood.  It is traditionally constructed with mortice and tenon joints, each of which is also reinforced with a hardwood dowel.  

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'Leaf and Berry' stool: Ash frame with American Black Walnut seat

'Leaf and Berry' stool: Rippled Ash frame with Oak seat

'Leaf and Berry' stool: Rippled Ash frame with Elm seat

The stools are comfortable and hard-wearing

'Leaf and Berry' stool: Rippled Ash frame with Cherry seat

'Leaf and Berry' stool dimensions:

Height: 645mm

Width: 380mm

Depth: 300mm