Old empty chairs are not empty in reality; memories always sit there!
~Mehmet Murat ildan
Not sure I could sit in the Big-Eared Chair, but I think I could enjoy John Gay's Chair (as long as I didn't set fire to anything!).
photo by Tim Green
Wheelchair with writing desk and umbrella, 1886
George F. Sargent's Illustrated catalogue
photo by Nathan Gibbs
The inscription on the front of the chair is a poem by Seamus Heaney which includes the line, "When you sat ... in the basalt throne"...On the back of the chair is a list of artists and poets who have visited Rathlin, with room for many more.
photo by Anne Burgess
A Unique Chair
photo by Bisayan lady
(John) Gay's Chair
Under the arms of the Chair are drawers, with the necessary implements for writing; each drawer turns on a pivot, and has attached to it a brass candlestick."
Devonshire characters and strange events by Sabine Baring-Gould, 1908
photo by Riccardo Romano
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