From our workshop directly to your home...
18th century antique reproduction  Windsor Chairs  Fanbacks and Comb-Backs Serpentine Arm Comb-back Windsor Chair
 
enlarge image
Download a print friendly Adobe PDF

Serpentine Arm Comb-back Windsor Chair

No. 1071
The Serpentine Arm Comb-back Windsor chair was design by Douglas P. Dimes and is based on a chair originally in the Collection of Colonial Williamsburg. The Windsor chair form is unusual in that it does not have a turned arm post. The curved nature of arm allows for more seat room for those of us who’ve had a little too much of the good life. The chairs beauty stems from a very well chamfered shield shaped seat that gives a very light appearance while the elongated Pennsylvania blunt arrow turning makes the chair seem like it’s on tippy toes. The flaring out of the arms echo the shape of the arm post and creates an inviting place to sit.
  • Dimensions & Options
  • Woods & Finishes
Height: 43 3/4"Width: 28 1/4"Seat Height: 18"Seat Width: 19 1/2"Seat Depth: 16 1/2"
Standard: Maple Turnings, Oak Bendings, & Pine SeatOptional: Maple Seat
Click images to enlarge...
Windsor Chairs
Olde Amber
Olde Amber
Regency
Regency
Claret
Claret
Black Crackle
Black Crackle
Green Crackle
Green Crackle
Red Crackle
Red Crackle
Yellow Crackle
Yellow Crackle