The Comb-Back Writing Arm chair had developed from a chair that was critical to the success of D.R.DIMES as a Windsor chair maker. In 1976 Mr. Dimes placed an ad in Early American Life for a Limited Edition Writing Arm Chair similar to this one. He sold 200 very quickly for $200 each. That event launched his business and he never looked back.
Similar to the Three Back Writing Arm but a bit more country. It has the same basic shape but has a simple pad arm and a carved comb instead of the bow and comb. Just as today, some Early Americans preferred something a bit more simple but still of impeccable quality.
Height: 44 3/4″
Seat Height: 18″
Seat Width: 28″
Seat Depth: 16 1/2″