Windsor Chair

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Ombre Windsor Chairs - Honeybear Lane

One of the first projects I did for was tackle the dining room chairs. They are the very common and simple Windsor-style chairs and I debated even keeping them since two of them had broken and we threw them away. But right now I didn’t have the time to search for new cool chairs so... Read more

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A weathered warehouse

I saw this story on the website of magazine Garden & Gun and while on the subject of magazi...

"Lobster Pot" Windsor Chair, c 1820 - Robert Young Antiques

Robert Young Antiques

Colonial tavern

Colonial tavern

Joseph Henzey, Sr. (1743-1796) One of a pair of green-painted fan-back Windsor side chairs   Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, , circa 1780 Hickor...

green painted fan-back Windsor side chair

A premier source for the finest example of American antiques - both country and formal. David A. Schorsch & Eileen M. Smiles present current offerings online.

LC-NESB Sack-Back Armchair**

LC-NESB Sack-Back Armchair** Allow 4-6 weeks

Our sack-back armchair, the most widely made Windsor chair is often seen in 19th century portraits. Ours is typical of the Philadelphia fashion, circa 1790-1810. Height from floor to seat is 17½” with an overall height of 39½”. Arm height is 27”, seat depth 16” and seat width 20½”. Shown in classic Black over Red. Also available in Pumpkin over Brown or Red over Black. **PLEASE NOTE: This item ships in 4 to 6 weeks, direct from our artisan's workshop. If you order thru our website, your…

Charles Chase, Painted braced fan-back windsor arm chair, Nantucket, Massachusetts, circa 1790

American Antiques - David Schorsch & Eileen Smiles - Areas of Expertise include Americana in the Folk Tradition: Americana Antique Windsor Chairs - Charles Chase

Browse folk art Windsor chair examples. A premier source for the finest example of American antiques - both country and formal. David A. Schorsch & Eileen M. Smiles' areas of expertise include Americana art in the folk and formal traditions.

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Braced fan-back windsor side chair,  Coastal Connecticut or Rhode Island, circa 1790

American Antiques - David Schorsch & Eileen Smiles - Areas of Expertise include Americana in the Folk Tradition: Americana Antique Windsor Chairs - Braced Fan Back

Browse folk art Windsor chair examples. A premier source for the finest example of American antiques - both country and formal. David A. Schorsch & Eileen M. Smiles' areas of expertise include Americana art in the folk and formal traditions.