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Maloof inspired Low Back Chair

comments (3) March 6th, 2014 in Reader's Gallery

Jos_Lamerton Jos_Lamerton, member
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Classic Low Back
www.EnidWoodworking.com
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Classic Low Back
www.EnidWoodworking.com
www.facebook.com/JosLamertonWoodworking
Classic Low Back
www.EnidWoodworking.com
www.facebook.com/JosLamertonWoodworking
Classic Low Back
www.EnidWoodworking.com
www.facebook.com/JosLamertonWoodworking
Classic Low Back
www.EnidWoodworking.com
www.facebook.com/JosLamertonWoodworking
Classic Low Back
www.EnidWoodworking.com
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Classic Low Back

www.EnidWoodworking.com

www.facebook.com/JosLamertonWoodworking

Photo: Jos. Lamerton Woodworking

A Lot of my pieces of work are inspired by the great Sam Maloof, this is no exception. The seat and highlights are curly maple while the legs arms and backrest are in African Mahogany. Joinery includes originaly maloof leg to seat joint, while the arm to leg joint are through wedged tenons. I have done this chair in many wood configurations, and i have to say this is definitely one of my favorites.


Design or Plan used: My Own Design - Jos. Lamerton Woodworking, LLC

posted in: Reader's Gallery, chair, carving, maloof


Comments (3)

TokolyTables TokolyTables writes: I liked your Hawaiian credenza and liked your low back chair without knowing you made both. You do very impressive and distinctive work and it stands out. I love the way you join the arms of the chairs and the way you intermingle woods.
Posted: 9:24 pm on March 7th

bobandsally bobandsally writes: Nice piece Joe!! I went to your web site and thought you really had a nice variety of work and all were beautiful. I love your wood combinations and grain selection.
Posted: 3:31 pm on March 7th

HayesFurnitureDesign HayesFurnitureDesign writes: Nice work Jos. The only thing I'd like to see if you make another one is the back leg to be more graceful at the bottom and not so bulky. Superb craftsmanship, and interesting wood combination.
Posted: 7:59 am on March 7th

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