wainscot chairs

This is an example of the most imposing chair I make. It’s based on two chairs made in early New England by a joiner named Thomas Dennis, about 1660-1700. All oak, drawbored mortise-and-tenon work. I offer these as custom work; there are many versions from which to select details. Price is $5,000.

Here’s a different one I made some years ago, a copy of a chair made in Hingham, Massachusetts about the same time.

Lincoln family chair, red oak, walnut & maple

 

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