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A bishop's chair from Heddal stavkirke dating from the 13th century. Kulturhistorisk museum Oslo.

A bishop's chair from Heddal stavkirke dating from the century. Thomas guild - medieval woodworking, furniture and other crafts

Chair from Gålås, Ringsaker, Hedmark with carved animal heads. The backrest is 13th century, the front a 18th century restoration. Note that the chair legs are uneven.

Chair from Gålås, Ringsaker, Hedmark with carved animal heads. The backrest is century, the front a century restoration. Note that the chair legs are uneven.

Box chair dated to the early 13th century from Blakar farm in Gudbrandsdalen. The staves are made from birch while the panels are from pine. Part of the seat makes up the lid for the box with wooden hinges protruding on both sides, while a hole in the front seem to be from a missing lock.

Box chair dated to the early century from Blakar farm in Gudbrandsdalen. The staves are made from birch while the panels are from pine. Part of the seat makes up the lid for the box with wooden hinges protruding on both sides, while a hole in the fron

The Tyldal chair (1150–1200) made from birch originating from Osterdalen, Hedmark.  St. Thomas guild - medieval woodworking, furniture and other crafts

The Tyldal chair made from birch originating from Osterdalen, Hedmark. Thomas guild - medieval woodworking, furniture and other crafts

18th Century, Spanish, Desk

c Spanish colonial 'escritorio' (writing desk) from Columbia with finely crafted bone and mother of pearl inlay, hand etched sgraffito and original hand forged iron hinges. The interior with checkerboard drop front and ten compartments, each with origin…

Henry VII oak chest, Marhamchurch antiques

Henry VII oak chest of tiny proportions, with two linenfold panels.

The Blakar chair. Notice the lower part of the right hind leg is replaced. A 13th century chest chair.

The Blakar chair. Notice the lower part of the right hind leg is replaced. A century chest chair.

People constantly ask why we keep our sewing supplies in bentwood boxes during demonstrations... http://tethys.imareal.sbg.ac.at/realonline/images/7001251.JPG

People constantly ask why we keep our sewing supplies in bentwood boxes during demonstrations.

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