By Alex Marchal. chair. Published at Friday, February 23rd, 2018 - 23:06:23 PM.
Nursing chairs became very popular in England during Victorian times. At first only the upper crust and well to do had them. Over time the rest of us have purchased and enjoyed the use of nursing chairs.
Unlike ordinary wash basins, a backwash unit often has a special neck seat to give the customers a stress-free hair washing experience. Most common shampoo chairs also have a faucet and a sprayer attached to the basin as well, which are indeed very helpful for the service providing professional.
What makes these chairs so popular - aside from the fact that they're rare - is because of the attention given to the structure and hand carving designs to each piece. It's rarely seen that contemporary-designed chairs would be covered from front, back, and sides with so detailed and elaborate wood carvings. These chairs are not created from ordinary wood materials, but these use high-quality hardwood timber materials - Mahogany, Oak, Elmwood, and many more. That would conveniently explain why these chairs are so durable and heavy. During the Renaissance period, these are also a great symbol of wealth and authority.
If we can recall about how many types of chairs have we used in our life at our home, schools or anywhere else, we can barely name more than two of them. But, the family includes very rarely known members also, in fact, there are numerous more designs whose names are hardly even heard of. So read the following to get introduced to a few of them:
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