A ‘Grecian’ colonial chair', John D Watkins

Vol 36 no 1, February 2014
Article from Vol 36 no 1, February 2014

A ‘Grecian’ colonial chair', John D Watkins


We all relish finding an unrecognised treasure in an out-of-the-way place. John Watkins discusses a chair bought at a country auction, and suggests that, during its 185 years, it may have travelled all the way from Woolley’s workshop in Hobart to the little village of Wooli in northern NSW.

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