These chairs are built the same way they were built 200 years ago. All parts with exception to the seat are worked green: the oak and maple logs are split to size using wedges and a sledgehammer.

This technique, as opposed to sawing, ensures straight wood fibers providing superior strength and durability. 

Oak is used for the spindle and arm rails while Maple is used for the undercarriage and arm supports. All seats are carved from a single board of Eastern White Pine. 

Available in a wide variety of Milk Paint options.

Custom colors per request as well.