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Can anyone tell me what this small chair is called so that I can do research on it? I've looked up children's chairs, etc. Nothing that resembles this. It isn't a high chair since there is nowhere to attach a tray. It measures from seat to floor 23", from the top of the chair to the floor is 36" and the seat is 11" wide. It says nothing underneath.Thanks in advance.

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I think it could still be a high chair, just used to push up to the "big people's table"...or it could be for smaller kids at larger desks.

Would it be old or newer? Thanks

Uncomfortable is what most call it.

A windsor style or spindle back bar-chair.

There's no way an adult behind could fit on that small seat so it's not a bar chair. It also has that little foot rest 6" below the seat. I will check windsor though. Thanks

!970's from the look of it, and if it is small, it was prolly made for kids to sit at a "Snack bar" or higher table. 

Thanks for your help.

Look on and under the arms for signs of wear. I suspect a clamp-on type tray was used. Chair has been refinished and decorated.  Foot rest is for a child. It is obviously a high chair.

Unknown what "Present" stands for.

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