Spindleback chairs are a popular form of rustic kitchen dining chairs that first emerged from Lancashire, England in the 18th century. During the Industrial Revolution Lancashire and the North West became populated with mill towns – hence the use of wooden spindles for the backsplat, the defining design characteristic of spindle back chairs.
We have a large range of farmhouse chairs, including a range of spindlebacks on display in our Hertfordshire showroom.
SET 8 FRENCH RUSTIC SPINDLEBACK CHAIRS IN OAK

SET 8 FRENCH RUSTIC SPINDLEBACK CHAIRS IN OAK

Spindleback chairs have hand woven rush seats and turned club legs or sometimes tapered legs with pad feet. A set would normally consist of two arm chairs and six carvers. They look great around refectory dining tables and are the ultimate for those wanting to create that cosy rustic farmhouse look. Commonly they were crafted from oak but also appear in ash and yew wood.
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