ContinuousArm Circa 1790's. One of the greatest innovations
in American Windsor Design. Features a one piece arm/bow with compound
bends, nine shaved spindles, two brace spindles, a shield seat with tailpiece.
HighBack Circa 1760's. Also referred to as Comb Back. Features
an oval seat like the Sack Back but with a taller back having seven shaved
spindles piercing a steam bent arm capped by a carved crest.
NantucketFanBack Circa 1770's. This style of chair was popular
in coastal Massachusetts. It is an easy-chair as opposed to one for dining.
The largest and most stately of the Windsor Styles. Features a large crest,
carved knuckles, tailpiece with braces and an oval seat.
Rocker This very popular version of the Sack Back has a
small crest to hang a pillow or blanket on. Narrow maple runners make
this chair rock easy.
Sack Back Settee New England style Circa 1770's. This two
person settee, sometimes called a "small form" settee, was not
widely produced 200 years ago and is extremely rare today.
Childs Sackback An exact duplicate of the adult version.
It makes a great first reader chair and can be placed next the "big
persons" chair to make the child feel right at home. Sized for children
up to age 8, depending on the child. It will be a family heirloom and
treasure passed down among the generations
SackBack Circa 1760's. The most popular and best recognized
of all Windsors. Features an oval seat, steam bent arm and bow, seven
shaved spindles. An extremely comfortable chair.
BowBackside An ideal side chair to use with the Sack Back
or Continuous Arm. Features a shield seat with tailpiece and steam bent,
Cricket & Stool
StoolHandy multi-use Utility Stool.
CricketThe perfect companion to any of the chairs for a foot stool.
R.I. Side Chair This chair is a beautiful addition to any room with
any type decor, both comfortable and functional.
Kirsch Stool A Barstool without a back.
Height: 26.5" to 29"
Computer Chair Necessity is the mother of invention and such is the case with this original
Milton Scott design. Needing a computer chair that would fit the decor of the house and still maintain
functionality this chair was born. A modern classic with old world style and handmade construction.
Youth Chair A Highchair version of the childs Sack Back-Ideal Booster Chair