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Amish Charlotte Dining Chair - Quick Ship

Amish Charlotte Dining Chair - Quick Ship
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Amish Charlotte Dining Chair - Quick Ship

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Amish Charlotte Dining Chair - Quick Ship

You can have a high-quality dining chair delivered to your home - in a matter of weeks! Built by trusted Amish craftsmen within two weeks and ready to ship in two more weeks after finishing. In about a month, you can have a beautiful, 100% solid wood Amish chair in your home!

Made from your choice of brown maple or rustic cherry wood. Our Charlotte Dining Chair is shown in brown maple with a smoke finish on the back & legs with an asbury finish on the seat. Find a complete set with table in our Amish Fayetteville Trestle Table Dining Set or the Amish Gastonia Leg Table Dining Set.

You can rely on every chair being constructed with comfort in mind. Each chair has a bent back and deep scoop seat for added support and comfort. Great attention to detail by skilled Amish craftsmen is present in each piece. 


Chair Dimensions:
Side Chair
Height: 39 1/2"
Depth: 17"
Seat Width: 18"
Seat Height: 18"

Arm Chair
Height: 39 1/2"
Depth: 17"
Seat Width: 18"
Seat Height: 18"
Overall Width: 22 3/8"

Rustic Cherry Wood
Brown Maple Wood

Standard Features:
Solid Hardwood Construction
Authentic Amish Hand-Craftsmanship
Made in America Guaranteed

Specialty Finishing:
Semi Gloss Varnish
Matte Varnish
Distressing - Customers can expect to receive little dings and dents and wormholes in the furniture. All levels of distressing include these features. The lighter the distressing, the softer and more sporadic they will be.
Handworn Edges - Furniture is made to appear to have natural wear, as if after years of robust use and loving care. Wood is sanded and scuffed to create an antique-like look.
Handhewn Edges - Furniture is cut or shaped with a hatchet, resulting in an uneven surface.
Hand planing – Available in Ridged, Rolling, or Plank style. Ridged hand planning leaves a series of smooth plane marks with outer "ridges" on wood surface. Rolling hand planing is like ridged hand planing, but in which ridged edges are sanded so wood’s surface has more of a rolling texture. Plank hand planning imitates plank table construction: a hand plane is run along the glue line between two pieces of wood to create a distinct groove.

Shown in Brown Maple with a Smoke Back & Leg Finish and an Asbury Seat Finish

Shipping & Lead Time

Quality takes time. This product is expected to be delivered in 16 to 18 weeks.

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