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Here are some sets of Windsor chairs that I have made, all to commission. Some of the photos are poor because they are scanned from old analogue images.


A set of  Windsor Chairs


This set consists of four Continuous arms, and six matching side chairs in Oak with a dark antiqued shellac finish. (Yes, if you're counting, two of the chairs are elsewhere!) The table was made by my friend Furgus Parsons and was not part of the same project.

A set of English style Windsor Chairs


This set consists of two Yeoman's bows, and two matching side chairs in Ash with 16 inch Elm Seats and antiqued shellac finish. Fairly obviously made for a client in the Isle of Man!

A set of Lath Back Windsor Chairs


A set of six Lath back chairs, including two carvers and four sixteen inch side chairs, made of beech wood with elm seats.

A sturdy and very traditional set of Windsor chairs.

A set of eight Continuous Arm Windsor Chairs


Here is a set of eight special continuous arm chairs made entirely of Ash with a 'stain, shellac and wax' finish. They were made taller and with plainer turnings than standard to set off a very special home featuring a wealth of woodwork. These chairs were featured in "25 Beautiful Homes" magazine January 2005.

A set of mixed chairs in Oak


A set of mixed chairs in a natural Oak Finish with 'his and hers' carvers. The Sack Back is a wider size but not the extra wide version. You can just see from the photo that the seats are made from some very lovely figured Oak. This is a good example of the use of different but complemetary styles in a matching set.

A set of Comb Back Winddsorchairs in Oak


Oak Comb Backs. Two carvers and four fourteen inch side chairs made from my own Oak trees which had become dangerous, and which had to come down. Normally I would make these in Beech wood.

A set of Windsor chairs in Ash wood


More Continuous Arms and matching side chairs. This set was delivered to clients with a modern house in High Wycombe (Coals to Newcastle?) in 2002. The table was made by my friend Furgus Parsons as part of the same project.

A set of Windsor dining chairs with crinoline stretchers


Six English style diners in Ash with crinoline stretchers and a light shellac finish.