Two-Place Windsor Settee Circa 1800

The maker of this original Settee is unknown, but the design is delightful and I found it well worth replicating. Combined Pennsylvania style leg turnings and carved seats , this Settee sets wonderfully. Representative of time gone by I believe this piece delivers class as well opens the door for lengthy discussion. The carved seat gutter isolates the triangle center counsel separating this piece from all other Two-Place Windsor Settee's. The entire chair is constructed of mortise & tenon joinery. The comfortable and sturdy pine seat, combined with the Oak crest and arm rail delivers quality to last a life time, but also looks as though it is nearly a hundred years old. Oak spindles and Rock Maple legs wedged individually this piece isn't going anywhere. Finished in Black milk paint, a coat of Red Oak stain and Tung Oil to preserve the antique look. This chair is available in multiple colors and may be discussed upon ordering.

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