Sack Back Fan Back Rocker - Painted: $1,350
Cherry or Walnut: $1,600

Although rockers were not real common among early Windsor chair makers, some Windsor 's can be adapted to make great rocking chairs. This is one of them. It is a large comfortable chair to begin with and making it into a rocker just adds to its great appearance and comfort.
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Sack Back

Sack Back - Painted: $850
Cherry or Walnut: $1050
This style was developed in Philadelphia in the 1760's and quickly became one of the most common styles of Windsor chairs.
Because of its construction wherein the bow is anchored into the arm it is probably the strongest and most durable of all the Windsor’s. Its light weight and delicate appearance belies its strength and ruggedness.
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Sack Back Fan Back Armchair - Painted: $1,300
Cherry or Walnut: $1,600

This chair was developed in the Nantucket Island area at about the time of the Revolutionary war. It is one of the largest and most formal of the Windsor’s and is designed as an easy chair for relaxing by the fire.
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Sack Back Fan Back Side Chair - Painted: $550
Cherry or Walnut: $750

Originally developed in the Philadelphia area just before the outbreak of the Revolutionary war this style became very popular after the war. This chair makes a great side chair to the Fan Back Arm Chair. It is a small chair made for sitting around a dinner table.
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Sack Back Philadelphia-Style High Back -
Painted: $650
Cherry or Walnut: $800

First made by chair makers in the Philadelphia region. It is an imposing chair with an aura of great majesty and strength. The proportions, lines and fine swooping arm and knuckles make it an extremely beautiful piece of furniture, which commands attention in any room.
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Sack Back Continuous Arm - Painted: $950
Cherry or Walnut: $1150
Continous Arm Settee: Painted: $1,950
Cherry or Walnut: $2,700

So named because of the way the back bow is bend forward to form the arms in one continuous and graceful curve. First made in the New York area this chair is truly an American design and is regarded by many as the epitome of Windsor design and craftsmanship. The graceful, curving line and wonderful proportions make this chair's elegance unmatched by any other. When fitted with a back brace it is strong and durable well beyond its delicate appearance and lightweight.
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Sack Back Arrow Back Arm Chair - Painted: $1,450
So named because of the arrow shaped back slats. This is a beautiful contemporary Windsor Arm Chair with superb lines and proportions. Because of the bent lumbar support it is as comfortable as it is good looking. It is made of walnut, butternut and white oak.
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Sack Back High Back or Comb Back - Painted: $1,050
Cherry or Walnut: $1,250

This chair is similar to the Philadelphia Style High Back, but features a bent arm and is far more delicate and graceful. It gives the appearance that it is ready to dance across the room. The upper part of this chair is extremely flexible, acting as a spring, but because the spindles are made of riven wood they are far stronger than they appear.
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Sack Back Writing Arm - Painted: $1,400
Cherry or Walnut: $1,800

Writing Arm chairs came in many varieties and styles. Almost every chair maker had his particular design. This is a great looking design with a small drawer under the seat. You can almost picture Ben Franklin writing a letter in this chair.
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Sack Back Nanny's Bench - Painted: $650
Cherry or Walnut: $800

This unusual bench was made as a rocking chair so a Nanny (or mother) could busy herself with handwork while rocking the baby without fear of him/her falling off. The fence can be removed to allow two people to use it as a settee. These benches were of later origin during the era when fancy painted designs or stencils were in vogue.
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Sack Back Triple Bow Back Sette -Painted: $5,200
This settee is the center of attention in any setting simply because of its size and presence. It is 7 feet long with ten legs. The Triple Bow Back was quite rare in colonial times and is even rarer today. Its majesty assures its place as a desired heirloom in any collection.
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Sack Back Sack Back Sette -Painted: $1,700
Cherry or Walnut: $1,950

This little settee is just right for two people to sit on the porch and enjoy the evening. It is basically an elongated Sack Back and hence is very strong and durable.
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Sack Back Low Back Settee -Painted: $1,500
Cherry or Walnut: $1,950

This settee is built in the early Philadelphia style with cylinder and ball legs and a sawn back bow and arm. It is a substantial piece that is heavier in both looks and construction than later styles of chairs. It makes a great settee for the hallway or porch.
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Sack Back Hoop Back - Painted: $650
Cherry or Walnut: $850

First introduced in the Philadelphia area in the 1780's this chair became popular because of its simplicity. This is a simple yet very durable side chair. It is probably the most recognizable of all Windsor’s. It is at home in any kitchen or dinning room and is used extensively in restaurants and coffee houses.
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Sack Back Sack Back Rocker - Painted: $1050
Cherry or Walnut: $1150

Although not unknown, the early colonists did not make many rocking chairs. This cute little rocker is basically a sack back with rockers and a comb. It is a great chair for rocking the baby or simply relaxing as you read a good book.
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Sack Back Kids Chairs
Sack Back or High Back - $550
Rocker or Youth Chair - $650

These chairs are the same as the adult chairs only reduced in size by about 25 percent. They are just the right size for kids from toddlers to about 8 or 10. Although the high chair has no tray it is scaled to the correct height for allowing a youth to eat at the dinning room table.
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