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Italian (?) Working dress. Great detail of the partlet    this interests me verry much I want to find more images of women in that style of dress and bodice

Italian (?) Working dress. Great detail of the partlet this interests me verry much I want to find more images of women in that style of dress and bodice

Folding chair without a backrest and with 12 legs at each side. Beech, end of 15th century Image from Le Mobilier Francais du Moyen Age a la Renaissance by J. Boccador.

Folding chair without a backrest and with 12 legs at each side. Beech, end of 15th century Image from Le Mobilier Francais du Moyen Age a la Renaissance by J. Boccador.

Small x-chair made from walnut in seating and folding position. The folded image clearly shows the construction of the chair with the four (iron) pins though the laths. Pins for this chair type can also be wooden dowels. Museum fur Angewandte Kunst, Vienna, Austria. height 49 cm, width 63 cm and depth 35 cm. Image from the book Mobel Europas I -Romanik - Gotik by G. Windisch-Graetz.

Small x-chair made from walnut in seating and folding position. The folded image clearly shows the construction of the chair with the four (iron) pins though the laths. Pins for this chair type can also be wooden dowels. Museum fur Angewandte Kunst, Vienna, Austria. height 49 cm, width 63 cm and depth 35 cm. Image from the book Mobel Europas I -Romanik - Gotik by G. Windisch-Graetz.

Nonnberg Faldistorium - This faldstool is decorated with walrus ivory plaques. Century: 12th. Possibly from England, Northern France, or the Lower Rhine? Additions and repairs were made in Salzburg at the time of its dedication in 1242 by Abbess Gertrude II of Nonnberg. The faldstool was restored around 1430 in Salzburg, including replacement of the wood parts and substitution of paintings for some missing ivory plaques.

Nonnberg Faldistorium - This faldstool is decorated with walrus ivory plaques. Century: 12th. Possibly from England, Northern France, or the Lower Rhine? Additions and repairs were made in Salzburg at the time of its dedication in 1242 by Abbess Gertrude II of Nonnberg. The faldstool was restored around 1430 in Salzburg, including replacement of the wood parts and substitution of paintings for some missing ivory plaques.

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viking chair high seat from Iceland, hope they and a pillow on it!

viking chair high seat from Iceland, hope they and a pillow on it!

This is a 19c Italian chair with a 15thc cushion, this seams to be the most popular style of removable cushion where there is just a thin square, no drape or back.

This is a 19c Italian chair with a 15thc cushion, this seams to be the most popular style of removable cushion where there is just a thin square, no drape or back.

Savonarola chair

Savonarola chair

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