Date Added: 30 September 2015
This is a chair in a bottle with a cloth woven seat. The chair is made from pine and is approximately 4 1/2" tall. It has tapered legs with cross rungs between the legs, and a straight back with two cross rungs between the upright back. The seat is cross weaved with red and white yarn. The bottle is sealed with a long pine dowel shaped piece of wood going in the bottle and a square piece extended from the dowel outside the bottle. The following is printed on the stopper "Fort Sequoyah, Ancient Indian Village, US 25 Livingston, KY" The dowel stopper is tamper proof with a cross piece of pine going through the dowel preventing you from pulling the dowel from the bottle. The bottle has raised lettering which says "Karo Syrup." This model was made by Jesse Jackson.
|Type:||Jesse Jackson Chair in a Bottle||Maker's Name:||Jackson, Jesse|
|Category:||Furniture||Made Where:||Renfro Valley, KY|
|Bottle Size:||7" x 3"||Year Made:||1960's|
|Bottle Type:||Karo Syrup|