Chairs

A collection of drawings of chairs manufactured in the West of the locally available softwoods and painted and grained to imitate fancy woods available in the East.

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Side chair made in the Public Works in 1856, pine painted and grained to imitate mahogany

Side chair built by Public Works in 1856 - grained mahogany

Ox yoke cresting rail, vase splat side chair

Ox bow cresting rail with vase splat back

Pine painted and grained to imitate maple

In pine painted and grained to imitate maple

Rung and spindle back side chair, polychrome pine

Polychrome pine rung and spindle side chair

 

Dixie Rocker, pine painted and grained to imitate crotch mahogany

Dixie Rocker in pine painted and grained to imitate crotch mahogany

Rocking chair, note different cresting rail

Rocker with curved top cresting rail

Rocking Chair - Pine painted and grained to imitate Flame Grained Oak

Rocker in pine painted and grained to imitate flame grained oak

Gondola Chair

Classic Gondola Chair, pine painted and grained mahogany with yellow gold striping decoration.

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