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Amish Birdcage Windsor Cherry Wood Bench

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Amish Birdcage Windsor Cherry Wood Bench

Lancaster Collection

The Birdcage Windsor Chair style was first introduced in Philadelphia in the early 1800s.  It was sometimes initially called a Rod Back Chair, Federal Windsor Chair or Windsor Chair with Square Top and then later was rename the Birdcage Windsor Chair.  We also offer a Amish Birdcage Windsor Cherry Wood Chair to complete the look.

The shared characteristic of the Birdcage Windsor Chair is the turnings that look like bamboo. This bamboo look originated from China into England and then in the United States.

Our solid cherry benches are built by Amish craftsmen who have been practicing their craft with competence, skill and integrity for generations.  This Birdcage Windsor Bench is built for style, beauty, strength and durability.

Please call to speak to one of our sales representatives with questions or ordering information. We can also send out cherry wood finish samples to help you match up to existing furniture in your room or home.  Stop by our Amish furniture store in Sarasota, Florida to see the quality of our furniture first hand.  

Looking to learn more information about Windsor Chairs? View our Windsor Chair Types Blog and our Windsor Chair Features Blog 


Bench Dimensions:
Height: 37"
Width: 51"
Depth: 21"
Seat Height: 18"
Seat Depth: 16 ½"
Arm Height: 28"
Arm Width: 44 ½"

Available in Cherry Wood Only

Finish Packages:
- Stained
- Painted
- Regular Semi Gloss Conversion Varnish
- Flat Matte Sheen Conversion Varnish
- Light Distressing - Customers can expect to receive glazing to replicate a rich natural patina, light distressing, slightly eased edges, nicks and extensive pinholes in the furniture.
-Heavy Distressing - Our ultimate antique finish. Rub-through of the rich patina are masterfully punctuated with another level of extensive nicks, pin holes, eased edges, simulated cracks and other distressing techniques to bespeak several centuries of robust wear and loving care.

Shipping & Lead Time

Quality Takes Time – Typical Build Time for This Piece is 12 to 14 weeks.
*Please allow additional time for product transfers, finishing, and shipping.

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