Traditional Oak Lambing Chair
Collect from gallery £1,375
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Height floor to centre back 110 cm
Arm to arm 70 cm
Depth front to back 77 cm
Floor to seat 38.5 cm
Lambing chairs were thought to be used by shepherds in lambing sheds to oversee their flock during the night as they lambed. Traditionally made with three legs to enable them to stand on uneven ground and the little drawer maybe for the orphan lamb but more likely to be used for the shepherds tobacco tin and useful shepherding objects!
Designed by Arthur Gibson at Little Quebb Farm in Herefordshire and made by Tim Littlar.
Little Quebb is known throughout the area for the excellently-crafted lambing chairs. Arthur is an engineer who left the city to take up a more rustic lifestyle.