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it might be a handle/control for a disabled person to drive using it on the pedals??
need to see the wheels and legs better. the hinges may also give a better idea of a date and origin.
Looks like a Jack hammer bit
I purchased a little book a while ago, Its called the Antique dealers pocketbook by R.A Curtis. It has a lot of info/pictures of chair backs, legs, handles and feet of each Monarch or period dates w...
could it be a Wedgewood coffee pot
If it helps the ball and claw legs are based on 1725 Chippendale
might be a Chinese netsuke crab, circa 1800 by a company called Caughley porcelain factory, but you will have to get the mark looked at properly, it should be in blue. www.gotheborg.com/glossary/caug...
I have a similar style tin in poorer condition than yours, mine was handed out as rations in World war one to the army, yours would be from the navy.
Chinese style with oriental laquer
not sure, maybe folk art.
It could be a Georgian Chippendale elbow chair circa 1730.
Are they strong enough for green wood carving, might explain the bear
It could be an early Dutch scroll armchair with a repaired back and rocker rails added sometime after 1830
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