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Windsor High Chair

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Woodworker: Steven Bunn

This continuous-arm Windsor-style high chair features arms that are designed to slide over a tabletop, while a strap attached to the spindles keeps the child in place. The chair is made from maple, pine, and red oak and is finished with milk paint and linseed oil.

Photo: Dennis Griggs


Design or Plan used: Not specified

posted in: Reader's Gallery, period interpretation, pine, maple, windsor, oil, red oak, milk paint


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