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Chair from Norlanda Church, Visby, Gotland. The chair is made with oak chair posts and the remaining parts from ash. Mid-thirteenth century.

Chair from Norlanda Church, Visby, Gotland. The chair is made with oak chair posts and the remaining parts from ash.

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The Herrestad-chair. 117 cm high, 68 cm wide and 64 cm deep. Like the Norwegian Baldishol-chair the back rest was turned with integrated loose rings.

The Baldishol Chair. Moved to Baldishol after the church was moved there in 1613.

The Baldishol Chair. Moved to Baldishol after the church was moved there in

St. Thomas guild - medieval woodworking, furniture and other crafts: chair

Thomas guild - medieval woodworking, furniture and other crafts: chair

St. Thomas guild - medieval woodworking, furniture and other crafts: 14th century armoires from the Luneburger convents

This gabled armoire is one of the top furniture attractions from Kloster Isenhagen. It is made of oak and its measures are: height 263 cm; width cm and depth 50 cm (Official number Is Ba

St. Thomas guild - medieval woodworking, furniture and other crafts

Thomas guild - medieval woodworking, furniture and other crafts: Revisiting the medieval turned chair of Duchess Agnes

Heddal Chair Kulturhistorisk museum, UiO / CC BY-NC-ND 3.0 "Bishop's Chair" in Heddal stave church dated to the 13th century

Heddal Chair Kulturhistorisk museum, UiO / CC BY-NC-ND "Bishop's Chair" in Heddal stave church dated to the century

This chest is dated to 15:th century but is of a form commonly used in the 14:th century. The chest has probably seen use as a vestment coffer, serving as storage for the priestly wardrobe. It is made out of oak and relies on square plugs in round holes to keep the parts in place.

This chest is dated to century but is of a form commonly used in the

St. Thomas guild - medieval woodworking, furniture and other crafts: 14th century armoires from the Luneburger convents

Thomas guild - medieval woodworking, furniture and other crafts: full-length view of century armoire from the Luneburger convents

This medieval oak chest might be described as an ‘armourer’s chest’, as it was made to store a suit of plate armour – probably parade amour. It dates to the mid fifteenth century, and measures 77 1/2″ long x 31 1/4″ high x 19 1/2″ deep. The interior (with divider to accommodate a helm) features …

This medieval oak chest might be described as an ‘armourer’s chest’, as it was made to store a suit of plate armour – probably parade amour. It dates to the mid fifteenth century, and measures 77 1/2″ long x 31 1/4″ high x 19 1/2″ deep. The interior (with divider to accommodate a helm) features …

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