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A Trio of Lath-Back Windsor Chairs – Part One

These braced lath-back chairs are of a popular form made in the Thames Valley during the latter half of the eighteenth-century and early nineteenth-century. They regularly turn up singly and in sets of twelve or more, usually varying only by … Continue reading

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A Double Bow Windsor Chair – Part Six

Note to self: The next time you want to bend a 1-1/4″ x 1-1/8″ (32mm x 28mm) section arm bow, have patience and wait until you can lay your hands on some freshly felled stock. I came frustratingly close to … Continue reading

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