A mid 19thc birch ladder back, rush seated rocking chair, attributed to the Lancashire region.
The back of this chair has four ladders leading down to the arms.
The rush seat is original.
There are two turned legs to the front with a turned front stretcher.
The back legs are square with two side spindles to each side.
There are rockers to the base.
A similar chair is featured in 'The English Regional Chair' by Bernard D. Cotton, page 426, Fig. NW391.
Height: 42'' / 107cm
Width: 21'' / 53.5cm
Depth: 23'' / 58.5cm
Floor to seat height: 16'' / 40.5cm
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