Emperor Chair. Constructed in solid oak. Hand made in the French 13th Century style. This chair features a horsehair padded leather seat in original hand tooled 17th Century leather showing the queues d'hermine.
Note the internal locks. (Late 15th Century) Late medieval oak chest with iron straps and 3 locks, 2 still working. The massive framing members nearly 3″ thick, this very heavy chest was probably intended for a guildhall or a church. Origin: Bruges, Belgium Date: Circa 1500 Dimensions: Width 40.5" x Height 27.25" x Depth 33" Price: Sold Stock Number: Marh143
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.