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FUN HISTORY FACTSl Early British Windsors were painted, later versions were stained and polished. American Windsors were usually painted; in the 18th century they were grain painted with a light color, then overpainted with a dark color before being coated with linseed oil for protection of the fragile paint. In the 19th century, settlers from the mid-west of America to Ontario, Canada would coat their chairs with the solid primary colors of milk paint, a mix of buttermilk, turpentine and cow's blood.
Bird Cage Side Chair
Description: A chair for the hallway foyer or for a bedroom where you can rea...
These chairs have endured as A simple country chair from the past. Our bowbacks are handmade with a squared bow and a single carved beading.
Bow Back Side Chair
Description: The Bow Back Side Chair was first introduced in Philadelphia in ...
Bow Back Side Chair w/Brace
Description: The same chair as in previous image, but with a slight twist - t...
Bow Back Side Chair w/Comb
Description: The same Bow Back, excpet with the added 'comb' style design whi...
This was an extremely popular chair that has its roots in colonial Philadelphia. The design that sets these chairs apart from other Windsor's is the two turned stiles that support the bent crest rail.
9 Spindle Fan Back Chair
Description: The Fan Back Chair was developed around 1775. This principal des...
9 Spindle Fan Back w/Brace
Description: 9 Spindle Fan Back w/Brace, also available in 24" 26" 28" 30" Ba...
Lancaster Side Chair
Description: A simple sitting chair great for a hallway, a kitchen, or a stud...
Nantucket Side Chair
Description: Very similar to the 9 Spindle Fan Back Chair - simple and modest...