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The Fan-back Windsor Side Chair (circa 1750) usually has seven spindles fanning out from the seat capped with a crest rail supported by decoratively turned heavier side posts.
With no arm rail to support the back, these chairs are sometimes braced with two spindles, like the Continuous Arm Carver Chair, but spread into a wider V-shape.
The seat is usually the American shield, but it can also be oval or D-shaped.
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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