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The Continuous Arm Windsor Carver Chair (circa 1764) is an American design.

The back of the chair is formed by steam-bending one strip of wood about an inch wide and three-quarters of an inch thick. This strip, when given a second bend on each side, continues forward to form the arms of the chair.

From the back of the shield-shaped seat, two support spindles rise from the tail piece, as shown in the inset image. Visually, this Carver Chair is very graceful and pleasing to the eye.

 

 

 

 

 

The mark of the chairmaker

Every item I craft has my initials ‘RBH’ and the year it was made, either carved on the underside or has an embedded plaque.

Each item is issued with a numbered Certificate of Authenticity.

 

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