Amish Heritage Colonial Wheat Sheaf Swivel Counter Stool - SKU#3980C
Windsor Style Seating, with legs driven into the seat, represents a high point in the landscape of furniture design & construction. The original English Windsor Chair has traveled extensively throughout the centuries, first coming to America in about 1726. Several stylistic adaptations and structural forms have evolved, including the Windsor Bench and Windsor Stools. In fact, stools were much more common in early Colonial homes, and also the later homes of pioneering times, than were chairs. The term "Father's Chair" may hearken back to the time when Father's chair was the only chair in the house.
This Amish Heritage Colonial Wheat Sheaf Counter Stool is modeled on the original Slat-Back Chairs produced by rural shops in Southeastern Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Delaware from about 1700 on, it innovates by replacing the traditional back slats with a whimsical sheaf-of-wheat. By using 100% premium American hardwood components combined with modern glues and a range of quality finishes (see thumbnails above) it actually surpasses the beauty and durability of those original chairs and stools.
Characterized by a comfortably dished thick hardwood seat, maximum stability and durability is ensured by legs that are driven deeply into the seat, and well braced by gracefully turned stretchers.
The Colonial Wheat Sheaf Counter Stool Offers Graceful & Comfortable Seating At Your Kitchen Counter Or Bar!
Stools of the Colonial and Federal periods were built to last by caring men who thoroughly understood their tools, materials and craft. Today, our dedicated Mennonite & Amish furniture makers undergo a long apprenticeship to develop keen eyes and skilled hands, and these expert craftsmen enjoy building Your legacy quality seating with the same unhurried care - providing you with exceptional furniture and outstanding value.
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