The Oldest known Amish chair in history still being produced to this day, this beautiful solid wood Amish dining chair is a continuous arm chair, a staple in the Amish furniture industry whether used itself in a dining setting or for an Early American, nautical or country cottage the Continuous Arm Windsor solid wood chair is sure to impress.
Taken from the original bow back dining Windsor, the continuous arm chair was designed for traditional English gardens, made wider and larger to give additional weight against those outdoor elements.
The Continuous Arm Windsor chair is available in your choice of premium lumber and stain and boasts a more contoured back design through a steam bending process allowing for a better ergonomic alignment while seated. This makes correct posture easier and enables a person to sit more comfortably for longer periods of time. Hand crafted with Mortise and Tenon Construction this solid wood furniture piece is made better by design.
This Windsor back frame is steam bent in two directions at the back a difficult and time consuming hand craftsmanship that has a U curve then arm bends from one piece of solid wood. Each spindle is and leg is turned by hand and the Tenon method of construction allows for a no hardware assembly that increases the integrity of the chair. Order a set of two for any dining situation, hall or sitting room you have need of.
Traditionally one of the first style wood chairs ever produced, these chairs may not have been seen in the traditional old English or early American church sanctuary's but certainly we're used in court settings, homes and other places of business or residences. Bringing back a chair that has lasted for centuries and is universal fit for any need the Windsor chair is not a bad investment with a complete lifetime warranty on all premium lumbar hand constructed fine wood chairs.