CLICK HERE TO BUY THIS OAK KITCHEN FARMHOUSE DINING CHAIRS ON CANONBURY ANTIQUES

Set 8 English Oak Spindleback Chairs Farmhouse Spindle

Set 8 English Oak Spindleback Chairs Farmhouse Spindle

You are viewing a set of eight English oak spindle back chairs consisting of two arm chairs and six side chairs. They are the ultimate dining chair and have the flexibility to also suit the kitchen. I have a similar set in my dining room at home of which I have included a picture to give you an idea of how they look. They are hand woven rush seats too so they are very comfortable to sit on.

They are very comforable and sturdy and are perfect for the everyday rigours of family life, withstanding the knocks of small children whilst taking the weight of adults for Christmas and Thanksgiving dinners.

This set have just come back from the restorers where they had a repolish and the seats were re-woven with rush. The grain of the oak has a lovely finnish to it and the repolish has really accenuated the beautiful grain and burl of the wood – they have really come up a treat and are ready for use in your home immediately. The stretchers are lovely hand turned.

Due to the high levels of craftmanship these chairs are ready for home use straight away. We have various farmhouse tables to match these chairs so please let us know if you are looking for a set.

The chairs are named spindle backs for obvious reasons and each one of the spindles would be hand turned so you can see the amount of time and craftmanship that has gone into the making of each individual chair. These will last for a long time and can be passed down from generation to generation and thus are a sound investmant.

8 Farmhouse English Windsor Dining Chairs Oak

8 Farmhouse English Windsor Dining Chairs Oak

You are viewing a set of 8 Windsor chairs made from the finest English oak. The set of 8 consists of two arm chairs and six side chairs. These are the traditional and much loved Windsor chair design featuring the crinoline stretcher, hand turned legs and the saddle shaped seats.

They are very comfortable and solid and these are perfect for that rustic cosy farmhouse look. These were made by craftsman at High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire where they have been made using the same materials and skills for centuries. They are called the Windsor chair after the proximity of the town of Windsor, home to the famous Royal castle.

They are a design classic and perhaps – in our humble opinion – one of the best style of chairs ever made. They are flexible in that they look equally at home around a dining table as they do in the kitchen.

For as long as I can remember we”ve had a set in our kitchen and they are perfect for withstanding the rigours of daily family life. They are solid, sturdy, comfortable and look great. They are hand crafted from the finest English oak and considerable work goes into the crafting of these fine pieces. Each
seperate piece to each chair is hand carved and turned then assembled.

This particular set came back from the restorers so they have been repolished and are very sturdy and ready for home use right away. We have a number of tables suitable to match these chairs so email us if you are interested – we have pictured the set around a lovely rustic English refectory table so please let us know if you are interested in buying a dining set.

These chairs are built to last and I don’t think I’m exaggerating by saying they will last forever and hence make a great heirloom to pass down from generation to generation. We are expecting a lot of interest in these so get your bids and shipping quotes in early.

CLICK HERE TO BUY THIS OAK KITCHEN FARMHOUSE DINING CHAIRS ON CANONBURY ANTIQUES

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