Double Bowback Windsor Bench
The Windsor Chair is an American Colonial design
dating to the 18th and 19th centuries. The bench shown above is a reproduction of that classic and timeless style with a hand
carved seat and arm rail. All of the legs and spindles are hand lathe turned. There are no automatic lathe duplicating devices
in my shop. This bench is made from 100% solid American Cherry.
54" wide x 40" high x 20" deep
All carvings are completed entirely by hand with specialized chisels. The detail arm
rest "knuckles" on the Double Bowback Windsor bench make a beautiful addition to the design.
Windsor Writing Desk
This Windsor style writing desk is a museum reproduction
and is another classic design for the timeless Windsor Chair of the 18th Century America. The chair is painted the customary
black over an undercoat of red. All of the chair's spindles and legs are hand turned. The chair also includes a small pencil
drawer with a solid brass knob under the writing surface. The writing desk is historically and accurately made from a combination
of Maple, Poplar, and Hickory. The desk can be made either "right-handed" (as shown) or "left-handed".
45” high x 36”
wide x 32” deep
Windsor High Chair
The Windsor style Child's High Chair continues the line of
classic-styled furniture pieces. The chair is made from solid red oak and is finished with a durable, non-toxic polyurethane
finish for long lasting use and easy clean-up. The height of the chair allows it to be pulled up to any table at the perfect
height. A tray (not shown) is available.
41" high (26" high to the seat)
A Mahogany Luyton Garden Bench
The Luyton Garden Bench is a classic design that
can be used both indoors or outdoors in the garden or patio. The mahogany can be left without any finish and will turn a beautiful
silvery gray when left to the outdoor elements. An oil finish can be applied for indoor use. Water resistant marine quality
adhesives, rot resistant mahogany joinery, and stainless steel fasteners are used throughout the construction for years of
maintenance-free outdoor use.
75" long x 41" high x 24" deep
A reproduction of a Jefferson Campeachy Chair. Thomas
Jefferson first saw this chair when he was in France as the Minister to France. He brought the design back to Monticello and
had one of his enslaved furniture makers construct the chair.
Jefferson described it as the most comfortable chair he had ever sat in.
It is mahogany with an 8 oz cow leather sling and upholstered with solid brass
upholstery nails. The original chair is at Jefferson's home at Monticello in Charlottesville, Virginia.
A Child's Rocker
The rocker shown here is made from solid American Cherry and
includes a fine row of brass fasteners as details along the seat slat edges. The rocker is the perfect size for small children
and displays beautifully in any hardwood available. Rockers have been made in Black Walnut, Mahogany, Ash, Cherry, and Hard
Maple. This child's rocker makes a perfect new born gift that children will grow up with and will become a family heirloom
to treasure for years to come.
24" high x 18" wide x 22" deep
A pair of solid American Cherry Neo-contemporary Windsor
style chairs. The seat panels are hand carved from one piece of cherry.
The spindles are hand lathe turned.