High quality chairs of this general type were made in both North Nottinghamshire and South Yorkshire. However, the use of this particular "goblet" shaped motif in the leg turning was probably used only by the first chairmakers who established businesses in Worksop from the 1820's onwards. The earliest provenance for Windsor chairs of this type bears the brand, under the seat, of John Gabbitass (fl.1822-1839). This maker came from Retford, another Nottinghamshire chair making centre, to set up a business on the common at the edge of town.
See Dr. B. Cotton The English Regional Chair, Woodbridge, 1991, p.168, fig. NE229 where this chair is illustrated and fig. NE239 for an illustration of a high-back version.