Position #2 which lowers it by a few inchesThis chair is at my father-in-law's house, and his partner Pam purchased it at an antique shop over forty years ago for her two kids. My own daughter uses it whenever we visit, and with the addition of a pillow behind her and my belt looped around to hold her in, it still works just fine. I was always taken with the intricate woodwork and complicated bracing system beneath the seat, and the wheels certainly intrigued me. But I had no idea it dropped down into two lower positions and used to be rolled around like a stroller.
Position #3 which was used as a strollerI think it looks like the stylized skeleton of a Victorian soap box derby car. Pam assures me it scoots around very easily and that some other ones she has seen even include handles, essentially turning the high chair into a stroller. Fascinating. Has anyone else out there come across or used a high chair similar to this one? If you'd like to see more examples like this one you can do a browser search for "antique high chair stroller". (Images: Carrie McBride)