Learn about Nursing Chair

A low upholstered chair without arms, the top of the seat usually only about 30 cm from the floor, compared with about 45 cm for a standard chair. They were intended to be used by mothers or nurses when feeding babies. The term is often applied to any low easy chair of the type, but most commonly used for a low-seated chair made in the late Victorian or Edwardian period.
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Mid 19th century blackwood nursing chair with inswept sabre legs

Edwardian cedar framed nursing chair, porcelain casters, button olive brocade upholstery