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All of my chairs and tables are made one piece at a time to insure your item is a one-of-a-kind. This means all the chair parts, including the turnings, legs, and stretchers are made by me in my shop. I’m generally backlogged with orders with little inventory on hand.  Please call me at (781) 293-1405 or send an e-mail to: foreverwindsors@verizon.net to  inquire about the time it will take to complete your order.  I will be happy to give a time frame based on the date I receive your initial deposit. I require a deposit of half the cost of your order before I begin any work. The balance, plus 6.25 percent Massachusetts state sales tax when I deliver or you pick up your order. If you require your order to be shipped you must pay the balance plus all the shipping/packing charges before I release the shipment. I accept cash, check, and money orders. Thank  you for your interest in my hand crafted chairs I encourage you to visit  my shop and watch as I make a chair,  call for directions (781) 293-1405 I look forward to meeting you.

Triple Back Sack Back

This is an elegant chair found in New England around 1775, This chair goes well with the balloon Back or bow back side chairs.

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Height : 48″ Width : 24″ Depth : 24″

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William & Mary Tavern Table

William & Mary Tavern Table

Call for price: price varies due to woods used for the top.

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Base size: Width: 29 1/2″ Length: 48″

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Child’s Fan Back Arm Chair

Children’s furniture was very popular this child’s chair would have been made around 1760.

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Height : 30 1/2″ Width : 20″ Depth : 13″

Price: $450.00

Bow Back Side Chair

This Bow Back was a New York design being made around 1790.

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Height: 37 3/4″ Width: 18″ Depth: 21″

Price: $600.00

Balloon Back Side Chair

The Balloon Back was being made around 1770.

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Height: 37″ Width: 15 1/2″ Depth: 16 3/4″

Price: $600.00

Fan Back Side Chair

This chair is designed from a chair being made in Boston around 1785.

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Height: 37″ Width: 27 1/2″ Depth: 21″

Price: $600.00

Lexington Fan Back

This is a reproduction of an Antique original found in the Lexington Historical Society collection.

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Height: 36″ Width: 23″ Depth: 20″

Price: $600.00

Bow Back Bar Stool

This Bow Back bar stool come in two standard seat heights 24″ for counters and 30″ for bars, and any height in between to suit your needs.

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Height : 44″ Width : 25″ Depth : 21″

Price: $675.00

Sack Back Arm Chair

This is the most recognized Windsor form made.  This chair goes well with balloon back or bow back side chairs.

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Height : 37 1/2″ Width : 24″ Depth : 21 1/2″

Price: $700.00

Continuous Arm Chair

This continuous arm chair is designed from a New York style and goes well with the bow back or balloon back side chairs.

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Height :37 1/2″ Width : 23″ Depth : 26 1/2

Price: $750.00

Massachusettes High Back

This chair was being made around 1770 it could be found with a braced back or with out.  This chair goes well with the Lexington fan back or any of the bow back side chairs.

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Sack Back Bar Stool

This Sack Back bar stool comes in to standard seat heights 24″ for counters or 30″ for bars.

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Height : 49 1/2″ Width : 25 1/2″ Depth : 23″

Price: $850.00

Sack Back Rocker

The Sack Back Rocker was made in Connecticut.

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Height: 43 3/4″ Width: 33 1/2″ Depth: 33

Price: $900.00

Massachusetts High Back Rocker

This chair was being made in Massachusetts about 1790-1800.
This chair is finished in Mustard and antiqued

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Height: 43 3/4″ Width: 33 1/2″ Depth: 33″

Price: $900.00

Philadelphia Low Back Windsor

This is a reproduction of a Philadelphia Low Back being made about 1750-1760.

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Height: 29 1/2″ Width: 28 1/2″ Depth: 19 3/4″

Price: $950.00

1760 Philadelphia High Back

This chair was being made around 1760 and is an earlier sample of the Philadelphia High Back. This chair stands alone or can be pulled to the dining table.

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Height: 45 3/4″ Width: 25″ Depth: 23″

Price: $1,000.00

Philadelphia High Back Arm Chair

This chair is a later form of Philadelphia High back being made around 1780. The differences being the sawn arm and shield seat.

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Height : 46″ Width : 26″ Depth : 27″

Price: $1,125.00

Nantucket Fan Back Arm Chair

The Nantucket Fan back was made around 1770 along the Massachusetts coast. This chair can stand alone or be pulled to the table.

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Height : 44″ Width : 31″ Depth : 26 1/2″

Price: $1,150.00

Sack Back Settee

The Settee’s were a rare form of Windsor made around 1775-1800.

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Height : 37 1/2″ Width : 42″ Depth : 21 1/2″

Price: $1,350.00

Philedlephia Writing Arm

This chair was made around 1780′s and originals are very scarce today.

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Height: 43 3/4″ Width: 33 1/2″ Depth: 33

Price: $1,650.00

Trestle Table

This table can come in different designs.

This table is cherry with a three board top.

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Height: 29″ Width: 34″ Length: 72″

Price: $2,500.00

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