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Olde Century Kitchen Chair

$320.00$470.00

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The Olde Century Kitchen Chair brings forth both a traditional and vintage vibe. This chair has several traditional handcrafting qualities. One of those being the front leg design. They include a wide taper towards the bottom, which gives the chair outstanding stability.

Look at the top of the back where the horizontal plank meets the vertical wood piece. This is called a joint and this joint is unique because you can see that the horizontal plank running through the vertical piece. That means the handcrafters had to rout out the vertical piece to fit the horizontal plank and then wood glue was added for extra stability. Making this joint provides a strong and durable back. In other words, all this detail and work for one joint!

Lastly, the detail that sets this chair apart is its construction. Amish cabinetmakers — the best in the Midwest — handcraft each chair. Also, they use quarter-sawn white oak. No wonder the chair is so eye-catching. Sturdy. Plus heirloom-quality!

How to Order the Olde Century Kitchen Chair

Buy now by placing the chair into the Shopping Cart. We ship. Or you can pick up your furniture at our affiliated warehouse in Shipshewana, Indiana.

Features
  • Quick Ship Product
  • Heirloom Quality
  • Solid Wood Construction
  • Available as Arm and Side Chair
  • Curved Slats
  • Saddle Scooped Seat with Mission Seat
  • Quarter Sawn White Oak Hardwood Shown
  • Select your Hardwood from Quarter Sawn White Oak, Brown Maple, or Oak
  • Select your Chair Quantity
  • Proudly Built in the USA
Measurements
  • Side Chair: 18 3/4" W x 17" D x 40" H
  • Arm Chair: 23 1/2" W x 17" D x 40" H
  • Arm Height: 25 1/4"
  • Seat Height: 18"

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