Red 'hairdressers' chair
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Red chair with one drawer, This kind of chair is called a hairdresser's chair. Earlier on in China, some hairdressers gave haircuts out in the street, They put their comb, scissors and other small thingsthey needed inside the drawer, and they brought the chair with them, walking along the street until they found a customer. They would then stop and the customers could take a seat while their hair was being done.
H82 x D32 x W41 cm
beech wood
China Jiangsu province
circa 1880
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located along the east coast of the People’s Republic of China, it takes its name from jiang, short for the city of Jiangning (now Nanjing) and su, for the city of Suzhou.  Jiangsu borders Shandong in the north, Anhui to the west and Zhejiang and Shanghai to the south.  It has a coastline of over one thousand kilometres along the Yellow Sea and the Yangtze River passes through its southern parts.
This area was historically the home of the ancient ethic people the Huai Yi, and far removed from Chinese civilisation during the earliest Chinese dynasties. During Read more
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