Child’s arm chair, 18th century, New England. Likely ash, with early, possibly original black paint. Two spindle cross rails; single spindle arms. Front and rear stiles are turned. Single stretchers across front, back, and sides. Trapezoidal shaped rush seat is in excellent condition; possibly replaced a long time ago. Feet slightly worn as toddlers typically pushed their chairs across the floor when learning to walk. In excellent condition. Dimensions: height 23.5”; width 13.5”; depth 10”.