Kenneth Fisher's Lambing Chair
The historic "lambing" chair is an example of regional vernacular furniture prevalent in the Lancashire and Yorkshire Dales in England, c.1750-1850.

While the Windsor, Chippendale, and Sheraton chairs were also made during this period in Great Britain, for some reason, the lambing chair's unique design did not survive in any significant manner.

This particular lambing chair's design was revived when Kenneth began building his version of the beautiful, historic chair. In 1986 Kenneth focused on his interpretation of the lambing chair as his “signature” object.

As interpreted by Kenneth, the chair possesses an unusual charm and presence.

The sensual appeal of the chair’s design, and the durability of its construction, enables it to age with dignity. The chair is exceptionally comfortable, and is a pleasure to sit in.

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