Found in Brittany, France, an antique (circa early 1900s) folding wooden chair made with solid wood slats, most likely used as a fishing stool or child's chair. The metal mechanism used to allow the chair to fold is typical from the "entre - deux guerres" (the inter-war years, from 1918 to 1940). The wood shows age and use with some minor cracks; no warping. No woodworm holes. A bit wobbly; would not sit on the stool/chair; not meant as a chair for a small child. Charming for your patio/porch or in the garden as a plant stand.
Measures 21.25 inches tall and 15 inches by 12.75 inches when unfolded. When folded, 3.5 inches thick and 18 inches by 12.75 inches.
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