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Long time Fine Woodworking author and period furniture maker, Eugene Landon, recently completed not one but two copies of the chair that George Washington sat in at the Constitutional Convention in 1787. Known as the rising sun chair because of the gilded sun on the crest rail, the chair exhibits a wealth of carving that Landon’s work is known for. To read a full descrition of the chair and an interview with Landon click on this link to his local paper: http://www.sungazette.com/page/content.detail/id/526248.html
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