Date1700 – 1730
Child's high chairmade of ash; turned stretchers, stiles and arms; back has two slats; front and rear styles end with knob-like turnings; original rush seat. Attributed to Jonathan Easton, Newport. who reportedly made the chair in 1743.
Credit LineGift of Theodora Wilbour, in memory of Sarah Soule Wilbour
SubjectsGliders (Outdoor furniture)
Related People & OrganizationsEaston, Jonathan (associated)
Wilbour, Theodora F. (associated)