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Windsor Arm Chairs by Vermont Chairmaker Michael W. Tulloch
All Chairs Made According to Accurate Traditional Windsor Chairmaking Methods Dating Back to 1700's Colonial America
All Parts Made To Order in My Workshop.
Turned Parts Made from Local Vermont Hard Woods I Select Myself.
Seats Made from Single Pieces of Wood.
Non-Lathed Parts and Assembly Entirely Made and Assembled by Hand.
Standard Color and Finish: Three Coats of Old Fashioned Milk Paint, Three Coats of Hand-Rubbed Linseed Based Oil Finish. Custom Finishes Available. Click here for Color Chart.
Custom Detailing Available. Click here for Detail Samples.
  Free Delivery Within a 50 Mile Radius of Chelsea, VT.

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Continuous Arm Chair Braced

Continuous Arm Chair Unbraced

Continuous Arm Chair Knuckles

Exclusively an American design innovation, this style first appeared in New York around 1789.Graceful and light, this style represents a high point in American furniture design.  
 Massachusetts High Back

Philadelphia Comb Back

Philadelphia High Back

In the Comb back style, this chair is a lighter version of the original Philadelphia chairs,appearing in this country mid 18th century.In a set it goes well with the fan back or Comb back side chairs.  The first of the American-made Windsors produced in Philadelphia around 1725. Large and roomy,light yet strong, an elegant example of 18th century seating furniture.  A large high chair of much dignity,this Comb back with carved Mahogany hands and blunt arrow style legs,is a reproduction of a chair popular around 1780-90.  
Sack Back

Adult Sack Back High Chair/Stool

Fan Back Arm Chair

A variation of the English Windsor Bow back, this American version appeared in Philadelphia in the 1760s.Always one of the more popular forms, it combines well with the bow back and the balloon back side chairs. Available also in a high sack version.   Designed for use at the kitchen counter, or in a hotel / restaurant bar, this stool comes with a standard seat height of 28”. While this example is a Sack Back with Philadelphia legs, carved hands and a foot rest, other styles and options are available, including a variable seat height. An American version of the English Fan back. Large and comfortable,this chair can really command a room. Considered to be the most formal of all Windsor styles,this chair is braced,has carved Mahogany hands and baluster legs. 
1830 Baltimore


Fancy, tablet top Windsor arm chair. The mate to the 1830 Baltimore Settee, it is hand painted in the period style. 
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