Any small wooden chair for domestic or kitchen use, generally mass produced. The seats are usually wooden, with a saddled or slightly hollowed-out section for the sitter's comfort. The deeper the saddling, the earlier the chair is likely to be. The seats were sometimes caned or fitted with embossed plywood. See American spindle chairs, Federation chairs, Windsor chairs, etc.
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A rare set of six early 20th century French rush-seat cottage chairs & two carvers with matching French oak dining table, the table previously restored, with wear to the top, the chairs all solid with rush seats in tact
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