Monday, October 10, 2011

The Windsor Chair ... Fit for a King

Why is the Windsor Chair fit for a King? (Check the FUN FACT at the bottom of this article for the answer!)

Windsor Chairs are a true American Classic! Everyone loves the elegant, traditional look of a real handcrafted, American Windsor Chair! So today I thought I'd share with you some of our customer favorites:Link
This beautiful Windsor Rocking Chair features highly detailed knuckled Arms, and an elegant bow back with comb.

There are no screws, nails, or metal in this chair. Pieces are hammered into grooves and sealed with glue the same way these chairs were constructed in the 1700's.

Additionally, this beautiful Windsor Rocker is an antique reproduction of heirloom quality. It is built to order using custom building methods, and features a lifetime warranty, customers just pay shipping!

Customers enjoy this Windsor Chair spending lazy afternoons on their porch with a jug of sweet tea or lemonade!

On the Right we have a beautiful handcrafted Windsor Captains Chair. This Elegant Windsor is fit for a king!

Notice the curves in the seat. The seat itself is the most essential part of the Windsor Chair, as the seat provides the stability for both the upper and lower portions of the chair. Each seat blank is carefully chosen by an Amish craftsman, and the utmost care is given to shaping the seat, both to achieve the desired look and the perfect feel.

Like the rocker above, this Captain Windsor is an antique reproduction of heirloom quality and carries a lifetime warranty.

To view American Reproduction Windsor Chairs please visit American Windsor Collection, or with any questions call to speak to a DutchCrafters Amish furniture specialist at 1-866-272-6773

WINDSOR FUN FACT: Legend has it that King George III discovered the Windsor chair in a cottage while fox hunting. Pleased with the chair, he had a number crafted to be placed in the Windsor Castle, thus bringing about its name.

1 comment:

Large Floor Mirror said...

These chairs are really classy and elegant! I just can't let myself sit on it though. It's very beautiful.

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