The cabinet maker Charles Green had several addresses in London during his career. He is first listed in the directories in 1846 at 11 Church Row, Somers Town before moving to 10 Church Row, St. Pancras Road in 1855. By 1870 he had moved to 1 Hungerford Road, Camden.
His iconic piece of travel furniture, the Camp Stool was patented in 1878 when he was located at 80 Libra Road, North Bow. His last listing in the trade directories is 9 years later in 1887.
He is known to have made this stool design in at least 2 sizes with the smaller having legs that fold to halve their length. The smaller stool was also made with a padded leather seat.
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